By Robert Byron Thigpen (auth.)
This research of the political philosophy of William Ernest Hocking be gan as a doctoral dissertation at Tulane college. Hocking (1873- 1966) was once for a few years Alford Professor of normal faith, ethical Philosophy, and Civil Polity at Harvard collage. even though he's quite recognized between American philosophers, quite via scholars of metaphysics and the philosophy of faith, little or no atten tion has been given to his political philosophy. a few common stories of his concept summarize his political writings in a really cursory type, yet they don't talk about his contributions intimately or relate them to major matters in political philosophy. most vital basic works on glossy political philosophy or American political concept don't even point out Hocking; a couple of observe his identify in passing. simply because he's nearly thoroughly unknown within the social sciences, the unique goal of this examine was once to discover, systematize, and current his vast writings in political philosophy. It then turned obvious that his complete political philosophy is orientated round the innovations of liberty and group. while his inspiration is analyzed by way of those subject matters, its cohesion and coherence are extra seen. furthermore, his writings turn into extra major once they are on the topic of liberty and neighborhood, for those are focal techniques for very important difficulties in smooth political philosophy. This research of Hocking's political philosophy will, it's was hoping, aid us to determine how liberty and group will be extra comprehensible, possible, and suitable with one another.
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10 "Personality Development as Role-Learning," in Personality Development in Children, ed. by Ira Iscoe and Harold W. Stevenson (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1960), p. 148. 11 M. Brewster Smith, "Competence and Socialization," in Socialization and Society, ed. by John A. , 1968), p. 276. , 1966), and Paul E. , 1961). These authors were especially helpful in pointing out crucial passages in Mead's works. THE FREE AND SOCIAL SELF 35 one another, he states. In the dogfight, for example, the move of one animal is countered by the move of the other.
22 PERSPECTIVES ON THE STUDY OF MAN cannot be understood except as the meanings which individuals share are known. "48 Peter Winch says that it would not even "make sense" conceptually to say that a society can be "explained" if the standards or meanings governing behavior in that society are not known. 49 It is Hocking's contention that the scientific method of the natural sciences cannot in itself comprehend these shared meanings. Hocking therefore seeks an approach to man and society which rests on the personal involvement of the knower in the process of acquiring knowledge.
The individual is assumed to be buffeted about and split internally by forces over which he has no control. Even his self conception is interpreted in derivative terms. This contemporary vision also makes genuine social relationships problematical. For social experience is not possible ifmen relate as automatons. A theory that places the individual's nature and development largely within his own control is, Hocking believes, necessary to an acceptable theory of society. And participation in large and small social groups must be essential to the individual's fulfillment if social relationships are to be more than mere additional restrictions on his liberty.