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Methodology of Social Enquiry

Mudunuri Bharathi

Unlike other philosophers, Marx philosophies in a way that communicated both to professional philosophers and the practicing common man. He appears like a trapeze artist, doing a number of things at the same time. While his intent was to communicate to the people who create history, being a professional philosopher himself, he had problems in communicating to this audience. He is controversial among professional philosophers and critically among practicing Marxists, but always has a major impact on the common sense of ordinary struggling people – the organic individuals. This trilogy of monographs is an encounter with Marx, the Philosopher at this ordinary level. The applications of the results of this trilogy are presented in two volumes, one in English and one in Telugu.

The present volume, the first in the trilogy, takes human beings as the creator of human civilization, science and culture, emphasizes the need for human being to be separated out of this product-civilisation, science and culture – and be treated as a capable of doing and undoing all that goes into this product. This, the author call a subject. The subject has for its objects, the objective world, namely nature, and past and present society. The human being is a subject while thinking and an object while practicing, thus acquiring dual character. Following Marx, in this special-object framework, the monograph permits motion in both subject and object and identifies difficulties in a moving subject capturing a moving object.

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Dr. M. Bharati, a physicist by formal training, by force of circumstances, strayed into social sciences. She did a number of empirical studies on problems of development and displacement. Subsequently, she made a dent into methodology of social enquiry. She was Chairperson for Institute of Study of Society and Culture, Burla and was associated with Centre for Documentation, Research and Communication, Hyderabad, Indian Council of Philosophical Research and Human Rights Centre at the University of Hyderabad.

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