Published January 30, 1984
Reference - 264 Pages
ISBN 9780887380037 - CAT# Y354453
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This volume collects Gerard DeGru's writings, spanning four decades of activity. From his thesis on the theory of semiotics in Sorokin and Spengler to his later writings drawing a sharp distinction between the sociology of knowledge and sociological theories of knowledge, DeGru remains sensitive to the place of language in knowledge formation.