Contribuições da metateoria estruturalista para a sociologia

Um possível diálogo com Turner

Palavras-chave: Filosofia da ciência, Filosofia da sociologia, Metateoria, Teoria, J. H. Turner

Resumo

A etapa contemporânea da filosofia da ciência – no que diz respeito à noção de teoria, a etapa semanticista – não influencia as discussões metateóricas realizadas pelos sociólogos sobre socio-logia. Essas discussões permanecem sob a asa das perspectivas clássicas e historicistas, ignorando completamente a semanticista. O objetivo deste artigo é aproximar a Metateoria Estruturalista dessas discussões, em particular de algumas das ideias apresentadas por Turner. Tanto a concepção de teoria, como as concepções de lei fundamental de uma teoria e de contrastação, da Metateo-ria Estruturalista, serão brevemente apresentadas, para finalmente prosseguir com a análise de algumas questões levantadas por Turner sobre a metateoria sociológica.

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Biografia do Autor

Cláudio Abreu, Universidade de São Paulo (USP)

Pesquisador do Programa de Pós-doutorado no Departamento de Filosofia da USP

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2020-04-15
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Abreu, C. (2020). Contribuições da metateoria estruturalista para a sociologia. Tempo Social, 32(1), 265-290. https://doi.org/10.11606/0103-2070.ts.2020.157640
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