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Contents: Critical Rationalism and the Psychology/Sociology of Research - The Actuality of Charles Sanders Peirce - The Theory of Inquiry - The Community of Inquiry as a Normative and as a Descriptive Concept - Reflection on the Problem of Theory and Praxis - Pragmatism Rediscovered: The Relevance of Peirce for the Social Science.
The Author: Thora Margareta Bertilsson is Professor of Sociology at the University of Copenhagen (Denmark). She has recently served as Adjunct Professor at the Centre for the Study of Science and the Humanities at the University of Bergen (Norway). She was previously co-editing Acta Sociologica, the Journal of the Nordic Sociological Association. Her research interests include social theory and sociology of knowledge and law.