Comment on Professor Jordan's paper

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Humanities
Department Philosophy
Creator Tuttle, Howard N.
Title Comment on Professor Jordan's paper
Date 1976
Description In these remarks I would like to elaborate what I understand to be the thrust of Professor Jordan's paper, and to introduce and relate to his work a notion of lived experience, which is suggested to me by his material throughout. Professor Jordan claims that the phenomena investigated by the moral sciences imply fields of meaning quite different from the meaning found in material objects of mere sense perception. Thus there is in fact a divergence of focus in the methods and the subject matter of the moral and natural sciences.
Type Text
Publisher New School for Social Research
Volume 43
Issue 3
First Page 531
Last Page 534
Subject Moral science; Moral scientists; Professor Jordan
Subject LCSH Ethics; Weber, Max, 1864-1920
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Tuttle, H. (1976). Comment on Professor Jordan's paper. Social Research, 43(3), 531-4.
Rights Management (c)New School for Social Research
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2021-05-06
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