Magnus Berg (email@example.com)
Wed, 3 Dec 1997 03:04:28 +0100
> Anyway, the point I wish to make is that we have to work with a hierarchy
> of levels *within* the social level, if we are to approach a useful theory
> of the levels of nature. And my taking a different stand than others on
> where we can find the social level stems from our not being sufficiently
> aware of the fact that we are concerned with different levels of the social
> hierarchy in our arguments.
It feels great to read this. I also see many different manifestations of
the social level which in turn are building blocks in larger social
patterns. But maybe we shouldn't call them *levels* within the social
hierarchy, it might confuse things.
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