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  1. R. J. Anderson (1986). Philosophy and the Human Sciences. Barnes & Noble Books.
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  2. R. J. Anderson & W. W. Sharrock (1986). Methodological Tokenism, or Are Good Intentions Enough? Semiotica 58 (1-2):1-28.
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  3. W. W. Sharrock & R. J. Anderson (1986). Margaret Gilbert on the Social Nature of Language. Synthese 68 (3):553 - 558.
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  4. R. J. Anderson, J. A. Hughes & W. W. Sharrock (1985). The Relationship Between Ethnomethodology and Phenomenology. Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology 16 (3).
     
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  5. W. W. Sharrock & R. J. Anderson (1985). Iv. Understanding Peter Winch. Inquiry 28 (1-4):119 – 122.
    Peter Winch's The Idea of a Social Science has been the subject of repeated misunderstanding. This discussion takes one recent example and shows how Winch's argument is gravely distorted. What is at issue is not, as is usually supposed, whether we can accept or endorse another society's explanations of its activities, but whether we have to look for an explanatory connection between concepts and action. Winch's argument is that before we can try to explain actions, we have to identify them (...)
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  6. W. W. Sharrock & R. J. Anderson (1985). Magic Witchcraft and the Materialist Mentality. Human Studies 8 (4):357 - 375.
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  7. W. W. Sharrock & R. J. Anderson (1985). Criticizing Forms of Life. Philosophy 60 (233):394 - 400.
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  8. R. J. Anderson, J. A. Hughes & W. W. Sharrock (1984). II. Wittgenstein and Comparative Sociology. Inquiry 27 (1-4):268-276.
    Focusing on a discussion by Ruddich and Stassen of the ?Remarks on Frazer's Golden Bough?, this paper shows that some of the usual criticisms made by sociologists of Wittgenstein are misplaced. He does not reject causal explanations of beliefs and actions and replace them with some other form of explanation, but dismisses the idea that any explanation is called for here. His argument that the origin of the desire to explain beliefs is to be found in a misconceived parallel between (...)
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  9. R. J. Anderson & I. W. W. Sharrock (1984). Analytic Work: Aspects of the Organisation of Conversational Data. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 14 (1):103–124.
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  10. R. J. Anderson & W. W. Sharrock (1984). Under the Influence. Philosophy 59 (229):385 - 388.
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  11. W. W. Sharrock & R. J. Anderson (1984). Review: The Wittgenstein Connection. [REVIEW] Human Studies 7 (3/4):375 - 386.
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  12. W. W. Sharrock & R. J. Anderson (1984). The Wittgenstein Connection. [REVIEW] Human Studies 7 (3-4):375 - 386.
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  13. W. W. Sharrock & R. J. Anderson (1982). On the Demise of the Native: Some Observations on and a Proposal for Ethnography. [REVIEW] Human Studies 5 (1):119 - 135.
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