Agreement Reality Sociology

Agreement Reality Sociology

Throughout history, this has also raised a social question about the effects of a society where not all human beings agree on the same reality. Materialists may not accept the idea that there are different realities for different people rather than different beliefs about a reality. For them, only the first use of the notion of reality would make sense. For them, someone who believes something else, where the facts were properly established, could be considered delusional. [Citation required] In societies where theoretic religions predominate, religious understanding of existence would be the reality of consensus, while religious belief would remain the non-consensual (or alternative) reality in a predominantly secular society, where consensual reality is based solely on science. Who are we? What role do we play in society? According to sociologists, we build reality through our interactions with others. In a way, our daily interactions are like those of actors on a stage. (Photo courtesy of Jan Lewandowski/flickr) 9 The importance of documents to social reality is also highlighted by Smith 2006 and De Soto 2000. Searle, J. 1995, The Construction of Social Reality, New York, Free Press – 2003, Reply to Barry Smith, in B. Smith and J. Searle, The construction of social reality – An exchange, «American Journal of Economics and Sociology,» 62: 283-309- 2010, Making the Social World: The Structure of Human Civilization, Oxford, Oxford University Press 9The main problem for the thesis that every social unit has a physical vehicle is the existence of free concepts of Y. Things like debt, electronic money, secured bonds and many others do not seem to have specific material support5.

Independent Y terms are entities that (i) are generically dependent on man, (ii) that are not existentially dependent on a particular material individual, but are not at the same time (iii) «general» entities as abstract types (for example. B the presidential role). As far as I can sell and buy things with electronic money, it seems as concrete as teachers and banknotes. However, electronic money does not depend specifically on certain material media, such a ticket6, it shows much more «independence» from non-social reality. 28 In a sense, it may seem that the paradigm of social reality proposed by Searle in 1995 (and refined by Searle in 2010) applies only to documents and not to other social entities. The fact that documents depend on people in a particular context being willing to recognize them as valid is like a variation of the formula As in a play, configuration also counts.

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