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Title The calling of social thought : rediscovering the work of Edward Shils / edited by Christopher Adair-Toteff and Stephen Turner
Imprint Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2019
book jacket
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 RCHSS Library  HM479.S435 C35 2019    AVAILABLE    30560400652548
 人文社會聯圖  HM479.S435 C35 2019    AVAILABLE    30610020616686
Descript xi, 270 pages ; 25 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-263) and index
List of contributors -- Introduction: discovering and rediscovering Shils / Stephen P. Turner -- The philosophical anthropology of Edward Shils / Steven Grosby -- The sociologist as human scientist: the meaning of Shils / Thomas Schneider -- The recovery of tradition / Lenore T. Ealy -- Edward Shils and Michael Polyanyi: the terms of engagement / Phil Mullins -- Shils, Mannheim, and ideology / Christopher Adair-Toteff -- Shils and Oakeshott / Efraim Podoksik -- Edward Shils on pluralism and civility / Richard Boyd -- Nations, nationality, and civil society in the work of Edward Shils / Peter Mentzel -- Shils and the intellectuals / Jefferson Pooley -- Edward Shils and his Portraits / Bryan S. Turner -- Edward Shils: defender of the traditional university / Philip G. Altbach -- Concluding comments: Edward Shils - the "outsider" / Christopher Adair-Toteff -- Appendix: bibliography of the published works of Professor Edward Shils / Christine C. Schnusenberg and Gordon B. Neavill -- References -- Index
"Edward Shils was a central figure in twentieth century social thought. He held appointments both at Chicago and Cambridge and was a crucial link between British and American intellectual life. This volume collects essays by distinguished contributors which deal with the major facets of Shils' thought, including his relations with Michael Polanyi, his parallels with Michael Oakeshott, his defense of the traditional university, his fundamental philosophical anthropology, and his important work on such topics as tradition, civility, and the nation. As an introduction to this complex and original thinker, it will be of interest to scholars and students in a number of fields, including sociology and social theory, but also to anyone interested in the intellectual life as it was lived in the mid-twentieth century, in the face of the Cold War and ideological struggle"-- Provided by publisher
Subject Shils, Edward, 1910-1995
Shils, Edward, 1910-1995. fast (OCoLC)fst00037157
Sociology -- Philosophy
Sociology -- Philosophy. fast (OCoLC)fst01123904
Alt Author Adair-Toteff, Christopher, editor
Turner, Stephen, editor
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