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Each engages in an extreme caliber of exploratory “deep play” in which one can experience sociology’s equivalent of the sacred—or at least I did, initially. 147 When it mapped an invisible story signature, I saw it offering a novel way of fitting individual experience into the explanation of macro-historical events such as the rise of the Nazi party. The second study, John Evans’s Playing God? 151 As I understand it, he converted rationality into observable types of text composition and then viewed text composition as social action, a deft response to the challenge of operationalizing Weber’s types of rationality.

S account when the relevant content was excised prior to their examination: “In the being story, cognitions never bridge events or event sequences. This lack of organized connectivity yields a story that is marked by the absence of narrativity. ” [85; emphasis on “never” added] “[I]n in the being narrative . . e. ” [85] Since this characterization of Herr D. 17 Two years into “being” a Nazi, Herr D. journeyed with his sister toward a German firm in Italy. As told in the authentic version: Here [in Innsbruck] a stroke of fate awaited us, here everything became something other than what we had foreseen.

182 Nonetheless, each communicant reading the latest book for the advance of a discipline understands this ceremony is replicated by thousands of others and that the impressions received will be treated with solemnity at professional gatherings, in keeping with Benedict Anderson’s model in Imagined Communities. ” The individual witnessing culminates in the reality-sustaining power of a collective performance. Social “scientists” have a logical need for ritual to paper over an epistemological chasm.

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