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Mon Mar 26 08:35:48 MST 2001
No. Definetely not. Wasn't it Mead among those who attempted to theorize
"symbolically mediated interaction" and normative grounds to collective
action & cooperation? I always find Mead similar to, though less
functionalist than Durkheim.
You know Mead better than I do, Andy. Remember, we discussed it on Matfem
many many moons ago.
At 08:45 AM 3/26/01 -0600, you wrote:
>George Herbert Mead is a Nietzschean?
>From: Brian James [mailto:hillbily at intergate.ca]
>Sent: Sunday, March 25, 2001 7:19 PM
>To: marxism at lists.panix.com
>Subject: Re: Annoying postmodernists
> > Rorty is generally known to be in the tradition of American pragmatism
> > along the lines of John Dewey. Certainly, his critique
> > of _foundantionalism_ shares some commonalities with post-modernism's
> > critique of _truth_ (as they define it).
> > bye, Xxxx
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