Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Contemporary Education, Social Sciences and Humanities (ICCESSH 2019)

Phenomenological Sociology as a Variant of Post-non-classical Theory in Social Cognition

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Anna Antipina
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Anna Antipina
Available Online July 2019.
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Keywords
methodology of social cognition; phenomenology; types of rationality; classical; non-classical; post-non-classical social theory
Abstract
This article examines trends in the development of modern social science: a change in the types of rationality, suggesting a departure from the Enlightenment ideals, a change of point of view on the problem of the science foundations (the principle of sociocultural conditioning of knowledge replaces the idea of a universal standard of science), and principles of building scientific theories rethinking — abandoning the natural science models of obtaining knowledge as the only legitimate. It has been demonstrated that phenomenological sociology largely corresponds to the specifics of the emerging image of social and humanitarian knowledge. The influence of E. Husserl’s phenomenological project on A. Schutz’s and G. Garfinkel’s social theory is considered. The article also presents models of classical, non-classical and post-non-classical theories of social cognition. Phenomenological theory is stated as a post-non-classical methodology that goes beyond the framework of the opposition "positivism - anti-positivism" in social science.
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