File spoon-archives/bhaskar.archive/bhaskar_2000/bhaskar.0002, message 34

Date: Sun, 20 Feb 2000 14:05:54 +0000
Subject: BHA: Enquiry

Hi all,

Sorry for this - I try to avoid asking questions such as this on
listservs, but I cannot find something.  I'm looking for a discussion of
causal and modal transforms by Rom Harre.  Does anyone know where this?  

My interest, by the way, is in such discussions of things which exist in
time and not space.  I've been working on a postulated device as the
fundamental theoretical object for the sociology of knowledge, and know
how difficult many people find it when one is talking about something
they cannot get their hands on and feel.  There is a tendency to ask
'where is it?', when they really should be asking 'When is it?'. 
Anyway, a friend suggested Harre, but couldn't recall where he'd read

With best wishes,


Karl Maton
School of Education, University of Cambridge

Correspondence address:
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I am certain of nothing but the holiness of the heartís affections and
the truth of the imagination

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