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Origin of Values - Raymond Boudon
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Sociology and Philosophy of Beliefs Values have always been a central topic in both philosophy and the social sciences. Statements about what is good or bad, fair or unfair, legitimate or illegitimate, express clear beliefs about human existence. The fact that values differ from culture to culture and century to century opens many questions. In The Origin of Values, Raymond Boudon offers empirical, data-based analysis of existing theories about values, while developing his own perspective as to why people accept or reject value statements.Boudon classifies the main theories of value, including those based on firm belief, social or biological factors, and rational or utilitarian attitudes. He discusses the popular and widely influential Rational Choice Model and critiques the postmodernist approach. Boudon investigates why relativism has become so powerful and contrasts it with the naturalism represented by the work of James Q. Wilson on moral sensibility. He follows with a constructive attempt to develop a new theory, beginning with Weber& rsquo s idea of non-instrumental rationality as the basis for a more complex idea of rationality.Applying Boudon& rsquo s own and existing theories of value to political issues and social ideas& mdash the end of apartheid, the death penalty, multiculturalism, communitarianism& mdash The Origin of Values is a significant work. Boudon fulfills a major task of social science: explanation of collective belief. His book will be of interest to sociologists, philosophers, psychologists, and political scientists. Origin of Values: Values have always been a central topic in both philosophy and the social sciences. Statements about what is good or bad, fair or unfair, legitimate or illegitimate, express clear beliefs about human existence. The fact that values differ from culture to culture and century to century opens many questions. In The Origin of Values, Raymond Boudon offers empirical, data-based analysis of existing theories about values, while developing his own perspective as to why people accept or reject value statements.Boudon classifies the main theories of value, including those based on firm belief, social or biological factors, and rational or utilitarian attitudes. He discusses the popular and widely influential Rational Choice Model and critiques the postmodernist approach. Boudon investigates why relativism has become so powerful and contrasts it with the naturalism represented by the work of James Q. Wilson on moral sensibility. He follows with a constructive attempt to develop a new theory, beginning with Weber& rsquo s idea of non-instrumental rationality as the basis for a more complex idea of rationality.Applying Boudon& rsquo s own and existing theories of value to political issues and social ideas& mdash the end of apartheid, the death penalty, multiculturalism, communitarianism& mdash The Origin of Values is a significant work. Boudon fulfills a major task of social science: explanation of collective belief. His book will be of interest to sociologists, philosophers, psychologists, and political scientists., Transaction Publishers

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Values have always been a central topic in both philosophy and the social sciences. Statements about what is good or bad, fair or unfair, legitimate or illegitimate, express clear beliefs about human existence. The fact that values differ from culture to culture and century to century opens many questions. In The Origin of Values, Raymond Boudon offers empirical. Values have always been a central topic in both philosophy and the social sciences. Statements about what is good or bad, fair or unfair, legitimate or illegitimate, express clear beliefs about human existence. The fact that values differ from culture to culture and century to century opens many questions. In The Origin of Values, Raymond Boudon offers empirical, data-based analysis of existing theories about values, while developing his own perspective as to why people accept or reject value statements. Boudon classifies the main theories of value, including those based on firm belief, social or biological factors, and rational or utilitarian attitudes. He discusses the popular and widely influential Rational Choice Model and critiques the postmodernist approach. Boudon investigates why relativism has become so powerful and contrasts it with the naturalism represented by the work of James Q. Wilson on moral sensibility. He follows with a constructive attempt to develop a new theory, beginning with Weber's idea of non-instrumental rationality as the basis for a more complex idea of rationality. Applying Boudon's own and existing theories of value to political issues and social ideas-the end of apartheid, the death penalty, multiculturalism, communitarianism- The Origin of Values is a significant work. Boudon fulfills a major task of social science: explanation of collective belief. His book will be of interest to sociologists, philosophers, psychologists, and political scientists. eBooks, , Origin Of Values~~EBook~~9781412838146~~Raymond Boudon, , Origin Of Values, Raymond Boudon, 9781412838146, Transaction Publishers, 12/31/2011, , , , Transaction Publishers

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Written by an outstanding theorist. The Origin of Values is likely to provoke heated debate across a number of social science subfields." -Pieter Vanhuysse, Acta Sociologica Values have always been a central topic in both philosophy and the social sciences. In The Origin of Values, Raymond Boudon offers empirical, data-based analysis of existing theories about values, while developing his own perspective as to why people accept or reject value statements. Applying Boudon's own and existing Written by an outstanding theorist. The Origin of Values is likely to provoke heated debate across a number of social science subfields." -Pieter Vanhuysse, Acta Sociologica Values have always been a central topic in both philosophy and the social sciences. In The Origin of Values, Raymond Boudon offers empirical, data-based analysis of existing theories about values, while developing his own perspective as to why people accept or reject value statements. Applying Boudon's own and existing theories of value to political issues and social ideas-the end of apartheid, the death penalty, multiculturalism, communitarianism-The Origin of Values is a significant work. Sociology, Social Science, The Origin of Values: Sociology and Philosophy of Beliefs~~ Boudon, Raymond~~Sociology~~Social Science~~9781412838146, en, The Origin of Values: Sociology and Philosophy of Beliefs, Boudon, Raymond, 9781412838146, Transaction Publishers, 12/01/2011, , , , Transaction Publishers, 12/01/2011

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“Written by an outstanding theorist . . . The Origin of Values is likely to provoke heated debate across a number of social science subfields.”—Pieter Vanhuysse, Acta SociologicaValues have always been a central topic in both philosophy and the social sciences.In The Origin of Values, Raymond Boudon offers empirical, data-based analysis of existing theories about values, while developing his own perspective as to why people accept or reject value statements.Applying Boudon’s own and existing theories of value to political issues and social ideas—the end of apartheid, the death penalty, multiculturalism, communitarianism—The Origin of Values is a significant work. ; EPUB \ Chris Cozen; Politics, Philosphy & Religion > Philosophy > History of Western philosophy, F+W Media

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Publishing year: 2011
Publisher: Transaction Publishers

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