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Horace Romano Harré (989)

Interests
Adult development and ageing, developmental psychology, personality and social, philosophical and theoretical, school psychology
Nationality
New Zealander
Born
1927, Apiti, New Zealand
Short Biography
Horace Romano Harré (/ˈhæreɪ/; born 1927), known widely as Rom Harré, is a distinguished British philosopher and psychologist. | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • BSc Auckland, 1948
  • MA Auckland, 1952
  • BPhil Oxford, 1956
  • MA Oxford, 1960
Appointments & Honors
  • Fellow of Linacre College, Oxford
  • University Lecturer in Philosophy of Science, Professor, Philosophy of Science, Oxford University, Adjunct Professor of the Philosophy of Social and Behavioural Sciences, SUNY Binghampton
Principal Publications
  • 1972 The Explanation of Social Behaviour. Blackwell (with P. F. Secord).
  • 1979 Social Being: A Theory for Social Psychology. Blackwell.
  • 1983 Personal Being: A Theory for Individual Psychology. Blackwell.
  • 1991 Physical Being: A Theory for a Corporeal Psychology. Blackwell.
  • 1994 The Discursive Mind. Sage (with G. Gillett).