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PART TWO THE PRIMACY OF ONTOLOGY
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PART THREE A PHENOMENOLOGICAL CRITIQUE
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activity analysis Arendt artificial behavioralist body cognition conception consciousness crisis critical critique cultural cybernetic cybernetic model defined dialectical embodied ences epistemology essence ethics Eulau existence existential experience expression fact freedom Gadamer Gadamer's Habermas Hannah Arendt Heidegger's Herbert Marcuse Hereafter cited hermeneutical historicism Hobbes Hobbes's homo human action human sciences Husserl Husserl's phenomenology Ibid idea ideology Insofar interpretation intersubjectivity knowledge language Leo Strauss liberalism life-world linguistic logic Macpherson man's Marcuse Martin Heidegger Marx Marxist mathematical Maurice Merleau-Ponty Maurice Natanson Max Scheler meaning method methodology mind modern moral natural sciences notion object objectivism ontology Paul Ricoeur phenomenology physical political behavioralism political inquiry political philosophy political science positivism possessive individualism praxis problem radical rationality relation Schutz scientific scientism sense Simon Simone de Beauvoir social reality social sciences society sociology speaking Strauss structure things thought tion tradition truth understanding Vico writes