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by Phililp Hodgkiss

  • Author: Phililp Hodgkiss
  • ISBN: 0485004410
  • ISBN13: 978-0485004410
  • ePub: 1261 kb | FB2: 1998 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Psychology & Counseling
  • Publisher: The Athlone Press (August 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 256
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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The Making of the Modern Mind traces the emergence of consciousness in social thought from the 17th Century to the 21st. Against the classical notions of consciousness and self, alternative agendas began to be developed in the 19th Century by figures as diverse as Marx and Nietzsche. Written in a clear and engaging style, the book will be of interest to students in Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology and Anthropology.

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Athlone Press, 2001 - 268 sayfa. Today, consciousness is viewed much more as a public and linguistic world rather than a private and mentalistic on. he Making of the Modern Mind explores the contemporary debates around consciousness andidentity, crucially setting the analysis within its social and historical context. Written in a clear and engaging style, the book will be of interest to students in philosophy, psychology, sociology, and anthropology.

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This text traces the emergence of consciousness in social thought from the 17th-century to the 21st.

The Making of the Modern Mind: The Surfacing of Consciousness in Social Thought by Philip Hodgkiss (Paperback, 2001). This text traces the emergence of consciousness in social thought from the 17th-century to the 21st. Hodgkiss explores the contemporary debates around consciousness and identity, setting the analysis within a social and historical context.

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Massively documented and brilliantly argued, Castes of Mind is a study in true contrapuntal interpretation. Nicholas Dirks is a subtle unraveler of the dense, many-layered fabric of India's colonial and modern history as they converge in the idea and practice of caste

Massively documented and brilliantly argued, Castes of Mind is a study in true contrapuntal interpretation. Nicholas Dirks is a subtle unraveler of the dense, many-layered fabric of India's colonial and modern history as they converge in the idea and practice of caste. Even for the nonspecialist, the results of this gripping book are remarkable to behold.

The Making of the Modern Mind traces the emergence of "consciousness" in social thought from the 17th Century to the 21st. Against the classical notions of consciousness and self, alternative agendas began to be developed in the 19th Century by figures as diverse as Marx and Nietzsche. The struggles between classical conceptions of consciousness and these alternatives—which promised more radical and emancipatory interpretations—continued into the 20th Century.From the start, the concept of "consciousness" connected with a range of other notions. Questions of the self and of identity were widely disputed in the Enlightenment whilst the 20th Century contributed new concerns, chiefly the philosophical issues of being and acting and the problematic status of reality for a theory of mind. Today, consciousness is viewed much more as a public and linguistic world rather than a private and mentalistic one.The Making of the Modern Mind explores the contemporary debates around consciousness and identity, crucially setting the analysis within its social and historical context. Written in a clear and engaging style, the book will be of interest to students in Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology and Anthropology.