Crit Assess Immanuel Kant by CHADWICK R

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When such a class organizes and promotes its interests, it puts the existing social relations of production in a legal form that legitimizes them. ” Of course, social classes are only aggregates of similarly located individuals until they organize and the likelihood of organization increases with conflicts among classes. But such conflicts are intrinsic to the class structure—the array of classes associated with a mode of production—rather than incidental. Let us examine this last point as an illustration of the relational process point of view in Marx’s theory.

When a particular president of a country acts, the Classical Foundations 39 explanation of the act is different from the explanation of the presidency as an institution. When a pair of individuals marries and forms a family, the explanation of it is not the same as the explanation of marriage and family as institutions. In short, in all such cases, the task of sociology is to describe the social facts—not the particular realizations that presuppose and “realize” them—and to explain these facts rather than the particular realizations.

For instance, I enter a classroom as the instructor. I am the instructor. ” But it only occurred because I acted as I did, thereby contributing to the production of the student’s reaction. Hence, “the I” is an agent of self-transformation, although in conjunction with responses of others. Finally, “the I” of the immediate past is no longer the subject of self-consciousness but an objectified feature of the past world. In Whitehead’s (1978 [1929]) terms, Mead’s “I” is a feature of subjective immediacy in the actual occasion but that, like any other such feature, it can be objectified for a later such occasion in a stream of connected occasions comprising the life history of a person.

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