Community and Individuality: The Theory of “Individuation”

  • W. Peter Archibald


Here we go back to the account of individuation begun in the previous chapter.


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  1. 3.
    To the contrary, whereas the latter are implied in Émile Durkheim’s analysis of The Division of Labour in Society (New York: Free Press, 1964), Marx claimed the opposite.Google Scholar
  2. 38.
    P. 510. See also Carol Gould, Marx’s Social Ontology (Boston: MIT Press, 1978) p. 119, on this point.Google Scholar
  3. 43.
    See T. Parsons and E. A. Shils (eds), Toward a General Theory of Action (New York: Harper and Row (Torchbook), 1962) p. 82.Google Scholar

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© W. Peter Archibald 1989

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  • W. Peter Archibald
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  1. 1.McMaster UniversityHamiltonCanada

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