Understanding the Human World: Structure, Instruction and Deconstruction
|dc.description.abstract||This paper offers an account of the emergence of the human from the natural, for the species and for the individual. I show how human sciences are possible, and suggest some strategies for change based on the understanding that the human sciences provide.|
|dc.subject||Philosophy Of Social Science|
|dc.title||Understanding the Human World: Structure, Instruction and Deconstruction|
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