2000 年 2000 巻 13 号 p. 50-60
In this paper, I will examine F. Ringer's reception of Bourdieu's concepts of “champ/field” and “habitus” in the study of intellectual history. Using his own methodology, M. Jay criticizes Ringer's discussion and Bourdieu's concepts. Naturally, their differences arise from their theories of knowledge of intellectual history and society. From my viewpoint, these differences are relevant in order to further my own epistemological and methodological standpoint as it relates to my research on the Frankfurt School.