wild sociology which only gradually comes to self-possession as it unfolds or "brings into play, beneath what I know, my sensory fields which are my primitive alliance with the world." 1 From the outset I want to refuse the temptation to be on top of my subject. In particular, although I am drawing from Merleau-Ponty the connection between mind and institution,2 I shall not make the test of these notions my ability to marshall texts, substituting the coherence and logic of their arrangement for the originality of speech and its solicitation of a thought which listens in harmony with its own way and is beholden to its topic as an exemplar of our collective life." /> Mind and institution - O'Neill John | sdvig press

Mind and institution

John O'Neill

pp. 99-108

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