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Table Of Contents
1. On the Presuppositions and Origins of the Philosophy of Critical Realism 2. Transcendental Realism and the Philosophy of Science 3. Critical Naturalism and the Philosophy of the Social/Human Sciences 4. Applied Critical Realism and Interdisciplinarity 5. Ethics and Language: Explanatory Critique and Critical Discourse Analysis 6. The Further Development of Critical Realism I: Dialectical Critical Realism 7. The Further Development of Critical Realism II: The Philosophy of metaReality 8. The Critique of the Philosophical Discourse of Modernity and the Western Philosophical Tradition 9. Critical Realism and the Ontology of the Good Society
Roy Bhaskar (1944-2014) was the originator of the philosophy of critical realism and the author of many acclaimed and influential works, including A Realist Theory of Science, The Possibility of Naturalism, Scientific Realism and Human Emancipation, Dialectic: The Pulse of Freedom, Plato Etc., Reflections on MetaReality, From Science to Emancipation and (with Mervyn Hartwig) The Formation of Critical Realism. He was an author of Critical Realism: Essential Readings, Interdisciplinarity and Climate Change, Ecophilosophy in a World of Crisis and was the founding chair of the Centre for Critical Realism. He was also a World Scholar and Director of the International Centre of Critical Realism at the University of London Institute of Education. Mervyn Hartwig is the founding editor of the Journal of Critical Realism and editor and principal author of the Dictionary of Critical Realism.