Index

The Centrality of Sociality

ISBN: 978-1-80262-362-8, eISBN: 978-1-80262-361-1

ISSN: 0278-1204

Publication date: 12 December 2022

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(2022), "Index", Halley, J.A. and Dahms, H.F. (Ed.) The Centrality of Sociality (Current Perspectives in Social Theory, Vol. 39), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 255-258. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0278-120420220000039013

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INDEX

Absolutist materialism
, 177–178

Action
, 68, 208

theory
, 178–179

Actor
, 62–64

Actor-network theory
, 70

Adorno, Theodor W.
, 88–89

culture industry
, 114–115, 117

and essay
, 113–114

literary criticism
, 117–121

music
, 115–117

Agency dependence
, 77

Anomie
, 243

Anti-historicism
, 177–178

Apriorism
, 13

Apriorists
, 12–13

Art as experience
, 188

Art Institution
, 118

Attention
, 196

Avant-garde
, 74–76

Bakhtin
, 179–181

Basic fact
, 2

Basic social fact
, 176

Becoming
, 88

Being-in-the-middle
, 3, 234–235

Bounded rationality
, 195–196, 198, 217–220

Bounded system
, 156

Brown, Michael E.
, 151

style
, 77

Capital
, 10

Capitalism
, 10, 238–239

Capitalist society
, 155

Classic “game” model
, 214

Classical empiricism
, 12–13

Cognitive sociology
, 7–8, 195–196, 245–246

Collage
, 75

Collectives
, 69

representations
, 12–13

Commodity production
, 10

Communicative errors
, 7–8

Consciousness
, 9–10, 34–37

Consequentialism
, 213

Cooperation
, 164

Cops
, 70–71

Course of activity
, 3, 5, 68–69, 72–73, 152–153, 178–179, 187, 190, 245–246

immanence of time
, 79–80

nonrepeatability as principle of surrealism
, 73–74

Critical realism
, 43, 91–92

Critical social ontology, conceptual categories of
, 159–162

Critical sociology
, 43–44

Critical theory
, 131–132

Critique
, 150

Culture industry
, 114–115

Dada
, 68, 73–74, 76, 118

Democracy
, 9–10

Democrat
, 29

Density of practices
, 54–56

Dialectic
, 13, 69–70

Dialogism
, 179

Disciplinarity
, 209

Discursive speech
, 178–179

Durkheim
, 11

consciousness
, 32–33

economy
, 33

fascism
, 36

identity
, 26

spirit
, 25–27

Effervescence, moments of
, 22–24

Entitization
, 46–47

Essay
, 89–90

Ethnography
, 61

Exceptionalist America
, 138–144

Expertise
, 217–220

Fascism
, 102–103

Fetishism
, 10

Fragmentation
, 42

Free market
, 32–33

Freedom
, 243–244

French Revolution
, 28–29

Generative categories
, 157

Genetic structuralism
, 48–49, 108

German consciousness
, 34

German culture
, 98

Goldmann, Lucien
, 88–89, 104, 113

early Lukács
, 104–107

novel form and society
, 107–111

Structures Mentales et Creation Ulturelle
, 111–113

Hegel’s Philosophy of Right
, 133–138

Heraclitus
, 69–70

Herbert Simon’s model of bounded rationality
, 195–196

Heteroglossia
, 179–180

Historical materialism
, 82

Historicism
, 80, 82, 177–178

Historiographical paradigm
, 45–46

Human affairs
, 2

Human consciousness
, 11

Human freedom
, 33–34

Human issues
, 184

Human reality
, 226

Human reason categories
, 11–14

Humanity
, 187

Hypothetical individual
, 60

actor
, 62–64

ethnography
, 61

mock-up
, 62–64

situated nature of self and body
, 62–64

Ideology
, 72

Immanence of social
, 70

Immanence of time
, 79–80

Individuality
, 73

Inferential function
, 203

Intentionality
, 73, 235

Intersubjectivity
, 151–152

Judgment
, 151–152

Kantianism
, 90–94

Knowledge
, 10

knowledge-critique of ideology approach
, 127

of social relations
, 185

Language in culture & cognition
, 195–196

Latent in principle
, 209–210

Lebensphilosophie
, 90, 94–95

Leitmotiv
, 98–99

Linguistic understanding
, 205

Literary criticism
, 117–121

Little Dorrit (Dickens)
, 180–181

Logic of justification
, 61

Logical conformity as moral force
, 14–16

nature, art, and social construction (representation) of reality
, 14–16

Lukács, Georg
, 88–90, 104

on Alexander Solzhenitsyn
, 103–104

Kantianism and Marxism
, 90–94

and Thomas Mann
, 94–103

Mana
, 18–19

Manifold relations
, 243

Marx’s “Capital”
, 68

Marxian theory
, 150

Marxism
, 90–94

Material being
, 21–22

Material relations of production
, 31–34

Material sociality
, 130–131

Metaphysics of content
, 72

Mock-up
, 62–64

Money
, 10

Monism of Brown
, 77–78

ontological priority of sociality in human affairs
, 78–79

Moral being
, 21–22

Moral consciousness
, 21

Moral power
, 19, 25, 27

Morality
, 17, 19, 33–34

Music
, 115–117

Mutuality
, 2

Nomological prejudice
, 42

Nomos
, 17, 19–21

Nonrepeatability

in art and life
, 70–72

as principle of surrealism
, 73–74

Ongoing accomplishment
, 70

Ostensible emotional transparency
, 29

Personal autonomy
, 2

Phenomenologies of time
, 82–83

Philosophy
, 131–132

Phylogenetic capacities
, 159–160

Play of structure
, 70

Politics of expertise
, 204–210

Populist groups
, 25

Post-1848 cultural development
, 97–98

Posthuman
, 187

Power
, 162–168

Practice
, 42

Praxis
, 160

“Pre-theoretical” object
, 209

Predicament of intelligibility
, 203–204

Procedural rationality
, 195–196

Psychology
, 230

Quasi-real model of bounded rationality
, 195–196

“Quasi-realism” of problem-solving
, 7–8, 210, 217

Question of society
, 210–217

Rational choice theory
, 77

Reciprocity
, 189

Reductionism
, 234

Reflexivity
, 153–154, 235

Relations
, 158

Reliability
, 188

Religious force
, 21

Representational representationality
, 7–8, 195–196, 198

and problem of examples
, 199–204

Rousseau
, 175–176

Self-consciousness
, 153–154

Self-reflexive theorizing
, 178–179

Shaggy Dog Animation
, 70–71

Shared symbols
, 25

Simon’s model
, 7–8

Situated nature of self and body
, 62–64

Situational rationality
, 7–8, 195–196

Social
, 1, 3, 44, 48, 184, 190, 226, 233

assumptions
, 226–233

Bourdieu and
, 48–50

Brown’s concept of
, 152–156

disorienting promise of modern society
, 131–133

Exceptionalist America
, 138–144

flattening
, 50–51

Hegel’s Philosophy of Right
, 133–138

in intellectual life
, 52–54

subjects and situations
, 61–64

text
, 60–61

theorizing
, 64–65

Social action
, 150–152

Social change
, 229–230

cognitive sociology
, 195–196

language in culture & cognition
, 195–196

quasi realism
, 210–217

representational representationality
, 195–196, 198

situational rationality
, 195–196

strategy in human problem-solving
, 195–196

Social Contract (Rousseau)
, 175–176

Social critique
, 168–171

Social facts
, 214–215

Social forms, geometry of
, 162–168

Social history
, 45–46

Social metaphysics
, 149–150

Social nature
, 88

Social ontology
, 6–7, 149–150, 152, 156, 159, 168, 171

Social philosophy
, 126, 130–132

Social power
, 164–165

Social practices
, 160–161

Social progress
, 236

Social reality
, 155

Social realm
, 15–16

Social schemes
, 160–162

Social sciences
, 1–2, 187, 189

unity of
, 42–44

Social structures
, 161

Social substratum
, 45–46

Social theory
, 126, 130–132, 176–177

Social thought as historical products of social labor
, 16–17

Social totality
, 60, 88, 126–127, 131, 155–156

Sociality
, 1–4, 8, 70, 88, 126–127, 150, 176–177, 195–196, 226, 237

human
, 7

immanence
, 4

ontological priority of sociality in human affairs
, 78–79

in Simon’s thinking
, 197–198

Societal facts
, 214–215

Society
, 6, 13–14, 126–127, 149–150, 195–196, 226, 228

Socio-cultural-political assemblies
, 24–25

Sociological imagination
, 186–187

Sociological theory
, 131–132, 207

Sociologism
, 49

Sociology
, 1, 43, 126, 130–132, 232

of concepts
, 44–48

of knowledge
, 17

Space
, 11–12

Spirit
, 25–27

of revolution
, 27–31

Spiritual
, 10

power
, 19–21

principle
, 21–22

Status anxiety
, 33

Status threat
, 33

Strategy in human problem-solving
, 195–196

Structuralism
, 48–49

“Sub-theoretical” object
, 209–210

Subjective idealism
, 246–247

Subjectivity
, 155, 157–158, 235

Surrealism
, 118

Temporality
, 80–82

Tentative hypothesis
, 22

Textualization
, 72

Theorizing
, 209–210, 217–220

Theory/theorizing
, 176–177, 187

Time
, 11–12, 82

Totality
, 92, 105, 154, 229

Totem
, 17–19

Totemism
, 9–10, 18

Trans-individual subjectivity
, 246–247

Transindividual subject
, 105–107

Trust
, 2

Truth
, 187–188

Unity of social sciences
, 42–44

Validity
, 187–188

Wakan
, 18–19

War
, 34–37