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  • Author:
    Francois Dosse
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    0816629641
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    Univ Of Minnesota Press; First edition edition (December 1, 1998)
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    458 pages
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This great divide, Francois Dosse contends, augurs a tremendous change in the structure and conduct of intellectual .

This great divide, Francois Dosse contends, augurs a tremendous change in the structure and conduct of intellectual life. An outgrowth of Dosse's magisterial History of Structuralism, Empire of Meaning is an extended encounter with some of the most influential French intellectuals.

Empire of Meaning: The Humanization of the Social Sciences. University of Minnesota Press. ISBN 978-0-8166-2964-0. Centre de Sociologie de l'Innovation. php?title Centre de Sociologie de l%27Innovation&oldid 918514326". Categories: Science and technology studies.

Empire of Meaning : The Humanization of the Social Sciences.

The Humanization of the Social Sciences. Published December 1998 by University of Minnesota Press.

Dosse F. Empire of meaning: The humanization of the social sciences, Transl. from French by Meleby H. - Minneapolis: Univ. of Minnesota pressLondon, 1999. XX, 434 p. (ISBN 0-8166-2964-1) – Власть смысла. This great divide, Francois Dosse contends, augurs a tremendous change in the structure and conduct of intellectual life.

An outgrowth of Dosse's magisterial History of Structuralism, Empire of Meaning is an. .

An outgrowth of Dosse's magisterial History of Structuralism, Empire of Meaning is an extended encounter with some of the most influential French intellectuals. Through interviews and readings, Dosse reveals what has become of the intellectuals of the generation of '68 as they have tried to work out the implications of their revolt against structuralism and the problem of Cold War existence. Paul Ricoeur, Bruno Latour, Isabelle Stengers, Roger Chartier, Marcel Gauchet, Dany-Robert Dufour, and Michel Serres are among the many figures whose words and work unfold in these pages. 1998 An outgrowth of Dosse’s magisterial History of Structuralism, Empire o. This great divide, François Dosse contends, augurs a tremendous change in the structure and conduct of intellectual life. An outgrowth of Dosse’s magisterial History of Structuralism, Empire of Meaning is an extended encounter with some of the most influential French intellectuals.

Dosse, Empire of Meaning: The Humanization of the Social Sciences. Published: 1 January 1999. by Philosophy Documentation Center. in Philosophical Inquiry. Philosophical Inquiry, Volume 21, pp 127-127; doi:10. Keywords: Dosse, Empire of Meaning, Humanization of the Social Sciences.

After the brilliance of Derrida, Foucault, Barthes -- what? By most accounts, the French intellectual scene, poststructuralism, has split in two. On one side, a few select philosophers as media stars are pressed for their opinions on virtually every subject; on the other side, an atomized community of scholars in the social sciences are bound up in technicalities and muffled by the lack of a common language. This great divide, Francois Dosse contends, augurs a tremendous change in the structure and conduct of intellectual life. What this shift means -- how it has occurred and what parts various thinkers have played in shaping it -- is the subject of Empire of Meaning.

An outgrowth of Dosse's magisterial History of Structuralism, Empire of Meaning is an extended encounter with some of the most influential French intellectuals. Through interviews and readings, Dosse reveals what has become of the intellectuals of the generation of '68 as they have tried to work out the implications of their revolt against structuralism and the problem of Cold War existence. Paul Ricoeur, Bruno Latour, Isabelle Stengers, Roger Chartier, Marcel Gauchet, Dany-Robert Dufour, and Michel Serres are among the many figures whose words and work unfold in these pages.

A thorough and thoroughly engrossing work of intellectual history, Empire of Meaning is a firsthand look at the reshaping of French intellectual life in our time.