Category Archives: Mead

Invited Review by Peter Hall on recent publications on Mead

Peter M. Hall has written an excellent Review of a number of books that are concerned with and by George Herbert Mead. The books include the new “The Definite Edition of ‘Mind, Self and Society’” edited by Daniel R. Huebner … Continue reading

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More on Mead:Peter M. Hall’s Review of “George Herbert Mead’s Concept of Society:A Critical Reconstruction” by J.F. Côte

J.F.Côte has recently published a new interpretation of George Herbert Mead’s life and work. This book has not been reviewed by Peter M.Hall who states that this book is “a “must-read” for all those who claim identities as symbolic interactionists, who … Continue reading

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Review of Lonnie Athens’ volume “Radical Interactionism on the Rise” by Yves Laberge

Lonnie Athens has recently published a fascinating volume “Radical Interactionism on the Rise“. The book has just been reviewed by Yves Laberge who describes it as “very strong” and “refreshing”, a book “that intelligently actualizes G.H. Mead’s intuitions”.

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