Social Praxis and Social Explanation
Despite the great differences between them, both Marx and Wittgenstein reject Cartesian dualism by showing that the mind is a property of action and that hte meaning of an action lies not in subjective consciousness but in the system of social praxis in which an action occurs. This common view...
Published November 11th 2010 by Routledge
'Amateur Historians' and History's Mysteries
For many intelligent people, the stuff of history does not consist of the kind of dry-as-dust investigations of diplomatic, economic, or political history that most university historians research and write about, but the famous topics of historys mysteries- who was Jack the Ripper...
Published November 1st 2007 by Routledge
Genocide is a topic beset by ambiguities over meaning and double standards. In this stimulating and gripping history, William Rubinstein sets out to clarify the meaning of the term genocide and its historical evolution, and provides a working definition that informs the rest of the book. He makes...
Published February 19th 2004 by Routledge