Many influential stances within the social sciences regard nature in one of two ways: either as none of their concern (which is with the social and cultural aspects of human existence), or as wholly a social and cultural fabrication. But there is also another strand of social scientific thinking that seeks to understand the interplay between social and cultural factors on one side and natural factors on the other. These volumes contain the main contributions that have been made within each of these streams of thought. The selections illustrate to the reader the complexity of the various positions within these streams, and the strengths and limitations of each perspective. A new introduction places these articles in their historical and intellectual context and the volumes are completed with an extensive index and chronological table of contents.IS. THE. ACQUISITION. OF. SOCIAL. CATEGORIES. BASED. ON. DOMAIN- SPECIFIC. COMPETENCE. OR. ON. KNOWLEDGE. TRANSFER? Lawrence A. Hirschfeld Source: Lawrence A. Hirschfeld and Susan A. Gelman (eds), Mapping theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Nature: The nature of human nature|
|Author||:||David Inglis, John Bone, Rhoda Wilkie|
|Publisher||:||Taylor & Francis - 2005|