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dc.contributor.authorWeik, Elke-
dc.identifier.citationSociological Review, 2010, 58 (3), pp. 486-496.en_GB
dc.description.abstractThe research note discusses similarities in theory construction between Bourdieu and Leibniz. Instead of ‘overcoming’ the Cartesian dualisms, both authors find a way to mediate between the dualistic concepts by introducing a third concept. In Leibniz' case, this is God, in Bourdieu's case, history. Reading Bourdieu thus from a Leibnizian angle, the note seeks to clarify some issues in Bourdieu's theory construction.en_GB
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dc.titleResearch note: Bourdieu and Leibniz: mediated dualismsen_GB
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