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THE SOCIAL WORLD AND THE THEORY OF SOCIAL ACTION
THE DIMENSIONS OF THE SOCIAL WORLD
The World of Contemporaries as a Structure of Typi
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action actor Alfred Schutz analysis anonymous anticipations apprehend attitude basic become common-sense communication consciousness constitute contemporaries context cultural pattern domains of relevances Don Giovanni Don Quixote Dulcinea elements enchanters equality everyday example existence face-to-face situations fact fellow-men flux future perfect tense Hermann Cohen human Ibid imposed in-group in-order-to motives individual interest knowledge at hand living Max Weber merely Mozart musical musical notation objective meaning observer ongoing opera oriented Other's particular partner performed personal ideal type philosophers point of view possible presupposes problem question Quixote's rational role Sancho Santayana scheme of interpretation scientific sense social reality social relations social relationship social sciences social scientist social world specific specious present stock of knowledge stranger stream of consciousness structure sub-universe subjective and objective system of relevances taken for granted Talcott Parsons theory They-relation things Thou-orientation Tiresias typical understand W. I. Thomas We-relation