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1985 | 12 |
Article title

Człowiek nie ma osobowości

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Title variants
PL
Man Has No Self
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EN
The paper is an introductory outline of the author's broader interest in face-to-face interaction on the one hand, and in the language of sociological analysis on the other. 1. Scientific discourse. Three kinds of attitude towards own scientific discourse have been isolated: veristic, conventional and critical. The rules and principles for the formulation of scientific discourse have been defined in the categories of ethnometodology. The critical analysis has been initially specified as a postulate. 2. The personality has been defined as a constituent of scientific discourse. The empiricist orientation was at the basis of the behavlorist notion of the personality. The intellectuaiist orientation adds force to a considerable number of complex theories of the personality. 3. The interpretive approach represented in particular by the symbolic interactionism of H.Blumer and R.Turner has been subjected to criticism as another version of the complex intellectualist theory. 4. Three ways out or three directions for the interactional research oriented at the establishment of own discourse have been considered: microstructuralism (the conversational analysis, the frame analysis of conversation), the theory of Aaron V.Cicourel, the analysis of embodiment and corporeality according to the premises of M. Merlau-Ponty. 5. The criteria for discourse evaluation and the cognitive criterion preclude the application of the concept of the personality to the searching discourse based on the critical attitude. The notion of the personality is located within the closed discourse based on veristic or conventional attitudes, or else within the notoriously vague discourse. Nevertheless, the extra-cognitive criteria point to the fact that a number of analyses of the personality have a considerable value and great social relevance.
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12
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published
1985
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Publication order reference
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http://hdl.handle.net/11089/9300
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.hdl_11089_9300
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