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  1. Type and Spontaneity: Beyond Alfred Schutz’s Theory of the Social World.Jan Straßheim - 2016 - Human Studies 39 (4):493-512.
    Alfred Schutz’s theory of the social world, often neglected in philosophy, has the potential to capture the interplay of identity and difference which shapes our action, interaction, and experience in everyday life. Compared to still dominant identity-based models such as that of Jürgen Habermas, who assumes a coordination of meaning built on the idealisation of stable rules, Schutz’s theory is an important step forward. However, his central notion of a “type” runs into a difficulty which requires constructive criticism. Against the (...)
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