Jul 17, 2017

Conceptions of the Self

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Georg Simmel and Erving Goffman: Conceptions of the Self


**This essay is for English as a second language students. thx. See below for instruction: **For Simmel the core of the self is its individuality partially made possible by human`s capacity to have secrets, while for Goffman the self is a series of performances put on in order to influences others. Spell out both Simmel`s and Goffman`s conceptions of the self in some detail. What do you think of these two conceptions? (pls make sure to answer all the questions. thx). Also pls check the attachments for the reading. thx.


Running Head: GEORG SIMMEL AND ERVING GOFFMAN Georg Simmel and Erving Goffman: Conceptions of the Self Student Name: Professor Name: Submission Date: Georg Simmel and Erving Goffman: Conceptions of the Self This essay spells out both Georg Simmel and Erving Goffman`s conceptions of the self. To discuss each of these formal sociologists` conceptions of the self, each conception will be spelled out and critiqued in some detail. Georg Simmel Simmel`s (1910) conception of the self is associated with his three sociological a priori conditions articulated in “How is Society Possible?” Simmel suggests that since society consists of sociation, then, the make-up of society “must have its ultimate basis in individual existences, in certain cognitive dispositions” (Simmel 1910:150). Thus, “Simmel asks, what are the universal and a priori characteristics that must be presupposed as extant in all individual minds in order for them to engage in sociation? What cognitive procedures must be present in every mind for any kind of sociation to take place at all?” (Simmel 1910:220). For Simmel (1910), the answer is his three sociological a priori conditions. Importantly, Simmel tells us that the typification procedure operates only within the already existing society as a priori of the further reactions which develop between individuals (Simmel 1910:380). In other words, we can only paint a picture and assign imperfect form to indivi...

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