Analiticità e realismo nella teoria sociologica contemporanea

Author/s Maurizio Bonolis
Publishing Year 2008 Issue 2008/85 Language Italian
Pages 31 P. 22-52 File size 210 KB
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Analytics and Realism in Contemporary Sociological Theory The most obvious and most often criticized fault in sociological functionalism is its weakness in the reconstruction of causal imputation connections that are compatible to the postulate of action as «meaningfully oriented behavior». Recent currents of analysis reject both the Parsonsian theory of interpenetration between personality and social structure and the appeal to hypersubjective options. They instead propose turning back to imputational use of foundational microstructures of social behavior, in an analytic sense, which pre-theoretic realism makes effective. For this reason, authors from overseas have linked to the so-called «post-philosophy» orientation. However, this path leads back to the appearance of the ontological specter of which the 20th century sociology had to work so hard to rid itself, and which contemporary sociology can not avoid taking into account.

Maurizio Bonolis, Analiticità e realismo nella teoria sociologica contemporanea in "SOCIOLOGIA E RICERCA SOCIALE " 85/2008, pp 22-52, DOI: