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La theorisation ancree peut donc difficilement etre concue sur le plan technique qui donne son eclat a ce qu'on entend ici par methode.
Les difficultes de la theorisation ancree resident en d'autres termes dans le manque flagrant de precisions sur les rouages a l'oeuvre dans l'esprit de l'analyste quand il decrit et interprete les <<donnees>> et, simultanement, sur la base de cette interpretation, quand il les associe a la theorie afin d'en elaborer l'explication.
Sohn-Rethel's theorisation of science and knowledge is embedded in an appreciation of commodity production in capitalist relations being premised upon the 'desocialisation' of manual labour.
Resocialising manual labour involves collective forms of working in Sohn-Rethel's historically materialist theorisation of knowledge.
This is especially the case in Marx and in Marxist theorisations of consciousness and ideology.
It demonstrates well that the very fragmentary nature of psychoanalysis itself allows different theorisations and readings to emerge, readings that allow us to learn more from history and restore psychoanalysis to its deserved place as a useful tool of analysis, one which is not a historical curiosity but irrevocably part of the modern world.
Entre ces trois categories, on peut imaginer les debuts d'une sociologie de la subjectivite en tant qu'elle repose sur les constats importants des sciences sociales, mais surtout en tant qu'ceuvre inachevee, oeuvre qui prendra une forme plus accomplie apres qu'elle se sera transformee au rythme de la dialectique de la theorisation, de la modelisation et de la verification empirique.
Pour cette raison, bon nombre de ces sociologies phenomenologiques ont du emprunter un vocabulaire a des theorisations beaucoup plus riches que les leurs; les analyses relationnelles et systemiques, en effet, les ont quelque peu aidees a depasser les limites de leur individualisme.
As pointed out by Salleh, the theorisations evident in ecological economics are devoid of a socially situated subject implying an 'ideal typical and intrinsic 'human nature' is involved' (p 296).
The fifth and final part tackles the methodologies and theorisations linked with the development of a history of the ecumene, in other words, the environments shaped by humans.
After exploring theorisations about matriliny, it moves on to look at social, cultural and economic contexts, followed by several chapters that look at the personal stories, views, opinions, attitudes and experiences of women, with special reference to marital and sibling relations.