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Gracjan Cimek

geopolitics of critical realism ( Cimek 2017 ). It is linked to Roy Bhaskar's ([1974] 1997) advocacy of a stratified ontology and the idea of constitutive interdependence (Beck et al. 2011), and comprises critical realism at the level of research philosophy

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The Evolution of 20 Years of Social Quality Thinking

economics, law, philosophy, political science, sociology, world religions, environmental science, and world politics. It applies cross-disciplinary approaches to regions such as Asia, Africa, Russia, Eastern Europe, and Western Europe. As a result of

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A Thematic Issue about Central and Eastern European Societies

Zuzana Reptova Novakova and Laurent van der Maesen

, most crucially the rule of law.” Second, cultural liberalism is a “social philosophy, a type of culture or social imaginary in which the value of individual choice and the right to individual self-determination and reinvention are central.” And economic

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Valeriy Heyets

. 2017 . “ The Rule of Law as a Condition for Development toward Sustainability: Toward a New Legally Oriented Environment at a Global Level .” International Journal of Social Quality 7 ( 2 ): 113 – 137 . Prigogine , I. 1991 . “ Philosophy of

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The Limits to Cheating History

Changing the Reference for Accounting

Peter Herrmann

: Karl Marx—Capital Volume I , 7–764. London : Lawrence & Wishart . Marx , Karl , and Frederick Engels . ( 1845–1846 ) 1976 . “ The German Ideology: Critique of Modern German Philosophy According to Its Representatives Feuerbach, B. Bauer and

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Toward Comprehensive Conceptualizations of Contemporary Public Health

Participation as the Cornerstone of Appropriate Methodologies

Harry Nijhuis

. Nijhuis . 2000 . “ Continuing the Debate on the Philosophy of Modern Public Health: Social Quality as a Point of Reference .” Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 54 ( 2 ): 134 - 142 . 10.1136/jech.54.2.134 Van der Maesen , L J. G. , and A

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Xu Yanhui and Gong Ziyu

Research Institute for Social Development) . 2011 . “ Combating Poverty and Inequality: Structural Change, Social Policy and Politics .” Journal of Tsinghua University (Philosophy and Social Sciences) 2011 ( 4 ): 5 – 23 . Van der Maesen , L. J. G

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Pathways to Empowerment

The Social Quality Approach as a Foundation for Person-Centered Interventions

Judith R. L. M. Wolf and Irene E. Jonker

.1016/0149-7189(88)90043-2 . 10.1016/0149-7189(88)90043-2 Nauta , L. 2000 . Onbehagen in de filosofie [ Unease in philosophy ]. Amsterdam : Van Gennep . Nijhuis , H. 2017 . “ Toward Comprehensive Conceptualizations of Contemporary Public Health .” International

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Matthieu Béra

’s ‘formes élémentaires’. Keywords École normale supérieure, Émile Durkheim, loans, pedagogy, philosophy, religion, sociology, Sorbonne

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Georges Dumas et Marcel Mauss

Rapports réels et pratiques entre la psychologie et la sociologie

Marcia Consolim

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This article discusses the relationships between sociology and psychology through the dialogue between Georges Dumas and Marcel Mauss about the expression of emotions during the 1920s. Firstly, the aim is to show the affinities of their engagements concerning the disputes between human sciences and philosophy. Secondly, from an analysis of their trajectories, the aim is to show that the positions taken in the debates are associated with the positions psychologists and sociologists took inside the academic field from 1900 to 1930. Finally, the article aims to show that the dialogue between Mauss and Dumas reveals a process of sociologization of psychology rather than a psychologization of sociology, which has produced criticism from psychologists aiming to regain their lost position and from sociologists from the new generation aiming to overcome Durkheimian sociology.

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Il s'agit de discuter les rapports entre la sociologie et la psychologie à travers le dialogue entre Georges Dumas et Marcel Mauss au long des années 1920 sur l'expression des émotions et des sentiments. Le but est d'abord de montrer les affinités entre leurs engagements concernant les combats des sciences de l'homme contre la philosophie. Ensuite, à partir d'une analyse de leurs trajectoires, d'argumenter que leurs prises de position dans ce débat sont associées aux positions que les psychologues et les sociologues ont occupées dans le champ académique entre les années 1900 et 1930. Finalement, il s'agira de montrer que le dialogue entre Mauss et Dumas révèle la sociologisation de la psychologie plutôt que la psychologisation de la sociologie, et que les critiques faites à ce dialogue par les psychologues visent à regagner de l'espace perdu, alors que celles des sociologues de la nouvelle génération visent plutôt à dépasser la sociologie durkheimienne qui inspire ce dialogue.