Category Archives: Mead

Whose Mead?

Recently, we published Peter M. Hall’s review essay that examined the broader project pursued by Daniel Huebner and Hans Joas’ work on Mead. Gary Alan Fine’s review of Huebner and Joas’ “The Timeliness of George Herbert Mead” adds to this … Continue reading

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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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