Max Weber and the Methodology of the Social Sciences (Google eBook)

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Transaction Publishers, 1984 - 82 pages
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Contents

CHAPTER ONE
27
CHAPTER TWO
43
CHAPTER THREE
59

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Page 74 - ... did from vanity, then something entailed by Ryle's analysis is true: the boaster wanted to secure the admiration and envy of others, and he believed that his action would produce this admiration and envy; true or false, Ryle's analysis does not dispense with primary reasons, but depends upon them. To know a primary reason why someone acted as he did is to know an intention with which the action was done. If I turn left at the fork because I want to get to Katmandu, my intention in turning left...

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