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The Problem of a Starting Point and the Concept
The Epistemological Conditions of Under
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abstrac achieve actions acts of understanding affected analysis anthropologist approach ascer assumptions become behaviour classification classificatory context cognitive processes colour common complex concepts concerned conclusions cultural deals defined definition delinquency Descartes different disciplines distinction distinguish economic entities evidence example existential contexts experience explain expres F. A. Hayek familiar feelings generalisations grasp historian human disciplines human nature human studies ideas important individual inquiry insight interest interpretations investigation involved knowledge language Marxist Max Weber meaning meaningful mechanisms mental acts mental content methodological methodological individualism moral particular person philology philosophic physical facts physical manifestations physical sciences positivism problems produced psychology purposes question reality recognise refer relationship relevant scientific method sense sions situation social anthropology social scientist sociologists sociology specialisation specific sphere stand subject matter systematic theoretical theory of understanding thought understanding of expressions understood whole Wilhelm Dilthey words