No ISBN. Martinius Nijhoff, 1970. Hardcover; VG in fair jacket. A clean and tidy copy in age-toned/edgeworn jacket, with considerable chipping at top of spine and on fold edges. Boards show some edgewear but are straight and clean. Hinges slightly...
Rubbed. Spine bumped. Some pencilled underlining to text. Good. 24x16cm, xlvii, 361 pp, Series: Phaenomenologica; 11. Contents: On the Methodology of the Social Sciences: Common-Sense & Scientific Interpretation of Human Action; Concept & Theory Formation in the Social Sciences; Choosing Among Projects of Action; Phenomenology & the Social Sciences: Some Leading Concepts of Phenomenology; Phenomenology & the Social Sciences; Husserl's Importance for the Social Sciences; Scheler's Theory of Intersubjectivity & the General Thesis of the Alter Ego; Sartre's Theory of the Alter Ego; Symbol, Reality & Society: On Multiple Realities; Language, Language Disturbances & the Texture of Consciousness.
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