“George Herbert Mead: Self, Language, and the World” by George Herbert Mead

Citation: Miller, David L. 1973. George Herbert Mead: Self, Language, and the World. Austin, TX: University of Austin Press.

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People too often think of Mead narrowly, usually in terms of the “Self” section of “Mind, Self, and Society.” But his writings and lectures were much more expansive. Miller puts all of Mead’s work, and including Mead’s fascinating if problematic theory of time, into a broad pragmatist framework.

–Submitted by: Timothy Hallett | Indiana University | Department of Sociology | Associate Professor Personal Website

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