The Origins and Significance of Clark L. Hull’s Theory of Value

@inproceedings{Mills1990TheOA,
  title={The Origins and Significance of Clark L. Hull’s Theory of Value},
  author={J. A. Mills},
  year={1990}
}
Hull’s theory of value is interpreted as an example of the operation of Habermas’ system of purposive-rational action. Habermas claims that the system has deeply penetrated the personal and private domains in advanced industrial societies. The author shows that, from the 1890s to the 1920s, American social scientists such as John Dewey created versions of positivism and instrumentalism that precisely fitted the demand that the social sciences should contribute to the material well-being and… Expand

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