10.04.07 Thurs - Three Elements 1 "the imagination of...

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Three Elements 1 “the imagination of our appearance to the other person” 2. “the imagination of his judgment of that appearance” 3. “some sore of self-feeling, such as pride or mortification.” -“The thing that moves us…” The changeable self “We are ashamed or feel evasive in the presence of a straightforward man, cowardly in the presence of a brave one, gross in the eyes of a refined one, and so on. We always imagine, and in imagining share, the judgments of the other mind.” (Cooley p.189) Mead’s theory of the self George Herbert Mead (1863-1931) -Son of a clergymand; mother was president of Mt. Hoyoke Colege -Bas from Oberlin and Harvard (right after Dubois) -Studied in Germany -Taught at the University of Chicago, 1892-1931 -Involved in many reform campaigns: women’s suffrage, education, labor, etc. -Most famous book: Mind, Self, and Society: never actually published The I and the Me -Mead heavily influenced by Cooley but is beyond Cooley: not just the internalized views
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10.04.07 Thurs - Three Elements 1 "the imagination of...

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