- Title Pages
- Chapter One Changing “Movements of Thought in the Nineteenth Century”: Historical Text and Historical Context
- Chapter Two On Mead’s Long Lost History of Science
- Chapter Three Pragmatism and Historicism: Mead’s Philosophy of Temporality and the Logic of Historiography
- Chapter Four George Herbert Mead and the Promise of Pragmatist Democracy
- Chapter Five The Theory of Intersubjectivity as a Theory of the Human Being: George Herbert Mead and the German Tradition of Philosophical Anthropology
- Chapter Six Naturalism and Despair: George Herbert Mead and Evolution in the 1880s
- Chapter Seven George Herbert Mead as a Socio-Environmental Thinker
- Chapter Eight Social Worlds: The Legacy of Mead’s Social Ecology in Chicago Sociology
- Chapter Nine Mead, Whitehead, and the Sociality of Nature
- Chapter Ten Mead, the Theory of Mind, and the Problem of Others
- Chapter Eleven Imitation and Taking the Attitude of the Other
- Chapter Twelve Mead Meets Tomasello: Pragmatism, the Cognitive Sciences, and the Origins of Human Communication and Sociality
- Chapter Thirteen Conscience as Ecological Participation and the Maintenance of Moral Perplexity
- Chapter Fourteen Presentation and Re-Presentation: Language, Content, and the Reconstruction of Experience
- Chapter Fifteen G. H. Mead’s Understanding of the Nature of Speech in the Light of Contemporary Research
- Name Index
- Subject Index
- The Timeliness of George Herbert Mead
- University of Chicago Press
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