[PART THREE - IV. NEW WORLD TIE]

  Encounter with American Scholarship: Social Scientists

  Encounter with American Scholarship: Philosophers

  Encounter Missed

 

Chapter 26 Encounter with American Scholarship: Social Scientists

    Introductory Remark

 

       A: American Social Scientists within Schutz's Reach

The Pionner Generation of American Sociology

   :William Graham Summer  Thorstein Veblen  :William I. Thomas

   :Robert E. Park

  Charles Horton Cooley

   :Schutz and Cooley  :Critique of Cooley: The Primary Group

   :Intermediary Remark  Social Self   Vantage Point

   :Human Nature   Limited Recognition of Cooley

  George Harbert Mead

   :Philosopher and Social Psychologist   Schutz and Mead

   :Mead's 'Social Behaviorism'  :The Social Self

   :Sign and Communicaton   :The Manipulative Sphere

    Mead and Schutz

  Symbolic Interaction Theories

   :Ellsworth and Herbert Blumer   :Tamotsu Shibutani

   :Other Symboloic Inteactionists

   American Sociologists on Schutz's Horizon

   :The Columbia Group  :Marginal Contacts   Lewis A. Coser

   :Robert MacIver

  Mid-Western Sociologists

   :Howard Becker   John C. McKinney   :Edward Shils

  Harvard Social Psychology and Sociology

   :Gordon W. Allport   Robert Merton

  Richard H. Williams

   :Williams and the Sociology of Suffering

   :Schutz's Reaction and the Second Paper by Williams

  Footnotes

 

Chapter 27 Encounter with American Scholarship: Philosophers

    Introductory Remark

 

      A: American Philosophers in Schutz's Ambit

  Makers of the Pragmatic Tradition

  Phenomenology, Schutz, and James

   :Phenomenological Tendencies   :Stream of Consciousness

   :Language and Sociology of Knowledge

    Intersubjectivity and Action    Multiple Realities

  Theory of Action

   :John Dewey   :Schutz and the Common-Sense Pragmatism of Dewey

   :Deliberation, Project, and Action    Notes on Dewey's Logic

  Three Anglo-Saxon Philsophers

   :Charles S. Peirce   Alfred N. Whitehead    George Santayana

  Intermediate Remark

   :Consociate Philosophers

   :The Circle around Philosophy and Phenomenological Research

   :Curt J. Ducasse   :M. Mandelbaum    :V.Jerauld McGill

   :Richard McKeon   :Susanne Langer

  Dorion Cairns

   :A Student of Husserl     :Schutz and Cairns

 

   B: Maurice Natanson: Student into Collaborator and Friend

   :Introductory Remark

  A Philosophical Carrer with Obstacles

   :Maurice Natanson     :Natanson's Publications

   :Perspective on Mead: Unwanted

  Schutz and Natanson

   :A Lasting Relationship    :Conversion of a Relationship

   :Scholarly Services   :Personal Meetings

   :Translator-Collaborator    Editor-Collaborator

  Theoretical Exchanges

   :Ideal Type  :Sartre's Frustrated Intersubjectivity and the Life-World

Peirce and Mead      History as Finite Province of Meaning

Being-In-Reality       Intersubjectivity   Thomas Wolfe's Rhetoric

On Death        Philosophy and the Sciences

On Occasion of the Symbol Paper        Appresentation

The World taken for Granted        Transcendence

Concluding Remark

  Footnotes (108)

 

Chapter 28 Missed Encounters

    Introductory Remark

  An "Essential Phenomenology" of Human Relations

   :Hermann Schmalenbach

  Two Weberian Fellow Sociologists

   :Carl Meyer    Paul Honigsheim

  A Social-Psychology of Misunderstanding

   :Gustav Ichheiser   Misunderstanding Others  Ichheiser's Social

   :Psychology  :Toward a Typology of Personality Misinterpretation

   :The interactive Perspective   Ichheiser and Schutz

  An Existential Sociology

   :Friedrich Baerwald: A Catholic Social Theorist

   :Phenomenological-Existential Sociology  :Not Much Resonance

   :The Significance of Baerwald's Thinking for the Work of Schutz

   :Schutz and Waerwald

  Gestalt Psychology at its Best

   :Mary Henle  :The Scale of Gestalt-Psychological Investigations

   :Amenability  Mutual Unawareness: barriers between Disciplines

7   :Schutz and Gestalt Theory  :Theoretical Trends in Henle's Work

    Intellectual Scope and Theoretical Trend in Henle's Work

   :Human Freedom and Spinoza :Motivation, Emotion, and Rationality

    :Motivation, Subjectivity, and Interaction :Toward Phenomenology

    :The Phenomenology of the Self

Concluding Remark