By Tom Sparrow,Adam Hutchinson,Jeffrey Bell,Nick Crossley,William O. Stephens,Shannon Sullivan,David Leary,Margaret Watkins,Robert Miner,Thornton Lockwood,Terrance MacMullan,Peter Fosl,Dennis Des Chene,Clare Carlisle,Edward Casey
Aristotle and the traditional Greeks famous the significance of behavior for the structure of personality, whereas readers of David Hume or American pragmatists like C.S. Peirce, William James, and John Dewey understand that behavior is a imperative part within the conceptual framework of many key figures within the background of philosophy. much less favourite are the disparate discussions of behavior present in the Roman Stoics, Thomas Aquinas, Michel de Montaigne, René Descartes, Gilles Deleuze, French phenomenology, and modern Anglo-American philosophies of embodiment, race, and gender, between many others.
The essays accumulated during this publication show that the philosophy of behavior isn't really restricted to the paintings of only a handful of thinkers, yet traverses the complete historical past of Western philosophy and maintains to thrive in modern thought.A background of behavior: From Aristotle to Bourdieu is the 1st of its sort to rfile the richness and variety of this historical past. It demonstrates the breadth, flexibility, and explanatory strength of the concept that of behavior in addition to its enduring value. It makes the case for habit’s perennial appeal for philosophers, psychologists, and sociologists.
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A History of Habit: From Aristotle to Bourdieu by Tom Sparrow,Adam Hutchinson,Jeffrey Bell,Nick Crossley,William O. Stephens,Shannon Sullivan,David Leary,Margaret Watkins,Robert Miner,Thornton Lockwood,Terrance MacMullan,Peter Fosl,Dennis Des Chene,Clare Carlisle,Edward Casey