Good. No Jacket. Book Spine lean, binding loose, spine is sunned and boards are unevenly faded, sticker residue on ffep, several small stains to the rear board, and other light to moderate shopwear. Includes articles by: C. Wright Mills-On Intellectual Craftsmanship, Don Martindale-Sociological Theory and the Ideal Type, Robert Bierstedt-Nominal and Real Definitions in Sociological Theory, N.S. Timasheff-Order, Causality, Conjuncture, Abraham Edel-The Concept of Levels in Social Theory, Anatol Rapoport-Uses and Limitations of Mathematical Models in Social Sciences, Herbert Hochberg-Axiomatic Systems, Formalizations, and Scientific Theories, Llewellyn Gross-Theory Construction in Sociology; a Methodoligical Inquiry, and Kurt H. Wolff-The Sociology of Knowledge and Sociological Theory.
Good condition book. Clear pages with no annotations. Firm binding. No dust jacket. Boards in fair condition but with some sunning and discolouration to the cloth. Good reading/reference copy. Good condition is defined as: a copy that has been read but remains in clean condition. All of the pages are intact and the cover is intact and the spine may show signs of wear. The book may have minor markings which are not specifically mentioned. Most items will be dispatched the same or the next wor.
Textual graphs, charts, tables. Some fading & minor soil to binding, slight page-edge soil, Good+ 23x15cm, ix, 642 pp, Name inked on rear flyleaf. Contains 19 papers concerning Social Types; Social Order; Social Change; Functional Theory; Models in Social Science; Formalization of Theory; Values & Theory Construction; Sociology of Knowledge. Includes: C. Wright Mills "On Intellectual Craftsmanship"; Don Martindale "Sociological Theory & the Ideal Type"; Reinhard Bendix & Bennett Berger "Images of Society & Problems of Concept Formation in Sociology"; Robert Bierstedt "Nominal & Real Definitions in Sociological Theory"; N.S. Timasheff "Order, Causality, Conjuncture"; Abraham Edel "The Concept of Levels in Social Theory"; Hornell Hart "Social Theory & Social Change"; Alvin W. Gouldner " Reciprocity & Autonomy in Functional Theory"; Carl G. Hempel "The Logic of Functional Analysis"; F.H. George "Models & Theories in Social Psychology"; Anatol Rapoport "Uses & Limitations of Mathematical Models in Social Science"; May Brodbeck "Models, Meaning, and Theories"; Herbert Hochberg " Axiomatic Systems, Formalization, and Scientific Theories"; Joseph H. Greenberg "An Axiomatization of the Phonological Aspect of Language"; W.H. Werkmeister "Theory Construction & the Problem of Objectivity"; Paul Hanly Furfey "Sociological Science & the Problem of Values"; Llewellyn Gross " Theory Construction in Sociology: A Methodological Inquiry"; Kurt H. Wolff "The Sociology of Knowledge & Sociological Theory"; Gideon Sjoberg " Operationalism & Social Research".
Those various authors contributing to this volume make this a landmark collection. In particular, May Brodbeck is a favorite with me, and I was delighted with her shrewd and penetrating appraisal of mathematical models. I shall prize this excellent copy.
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