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2009 | 4 | 43-55
Article title

SUBJECT, COGNITIVE METHOD, AND PATTERNS OF SOCIAL WORLD IN CLASSIC, NON-CLASSIC AND POST-NON-CLASSIC SOCIOLOGY (Sub'jekt, metod piznannia, kartyna sotsialnoi svitu v klasychnii, neklasychnii, postneklasychnii sorsiolohii)

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Languages of publication
UK
Abstracts
EN
The specificity of transition from the classics to the non-classics, and to the post-non-classics in the sociological theory is analyzed in the article. The main principles of the classic, non-classic and post-non-classic paradigms are postulated from the philosophical point of view. On this basis, the authoress states general definitions of the (1) subject, (2) cognitive method, and (3) social world pattern as methodological grounds of sociological episteme. In conclusion, two ways of analysis of social reality - transcendental and immanent - are considered as examples of realization of classic and non-classic paradigms in the contemporary sociological theory.
Contributors
  • Natalia Otreshko, International Solomon University, vul. Sholudenka, 1-B, 04116, Kyiv. Ukraine
References
Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
CEJSH db identifier
10UAAAAA07315
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.397be544-bc3d-35b7-863a-cc469dd1536b
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