The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Epistemology, Social science, Religious studies, Ethnology and Anthropology. His study in Epistemology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Social psychology, Legitimation and Haute cuisine. His work on Social philosophy as part of general Social science research is frequently linked to Outline of social science, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Religious studies study combines topics in areas such as Nationalism, Humanities, Postmodernism, Ethical relativism and Fundamentalism. His studies examine the connections between Anthropology and genetics, as well as such issues in Faith, with regards to Civil society. His study with Civil society involves better knowledge in Politics.
His primary areas of investigation include Social science, Epistemology, Anthropology, Solitude and Religious studies. His Social science research incorporates themes from Aesthetics, Environmental ethics, Politics and Relativism. His is involved in several facets of Anthropology study, as is seen by his studies on Sociocultural anthropology and Social anthropology.
His Solitude research incorporates elements of Empiricism, Habsburg Empire, Romanticism, Philosophy of social science and Cosmopolitanism. He combines subjects such as Literature, Atomism and Individualism with his study of Philosophy of social science. The various areas that Ernest Gellner examines in his Religious studies study include Liberalism and Nationalism.
Ernest Gellner mainly focuses on Solitude, Philosophy of social science, Social science, Anthropology and Epistemology. His research investigates the connection between Solitude and topics such as Cosmopolitanism that intersect with problems in Religious studies, German and Humanities. His studies in Social science integrate themes in fields like Industrialisation, Environmental ethics, Politics and Relativism.
His work in Marxist philosophy, Democracy and Pluralism is related to Politics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Eastern european, Philology and Feminism in addition to Anthropology. His Epistemology research integrates issues from Mistake and Fundamentalism.
Ernest Gellner mostly deals with Religious studies, Anthropology, Ideology, Nationalism and Politics. His work deals with themes such as Orientation, Postmodernism, Ethical relativism and Fundamentalism, which intersect with Religious studies. His work on Sociocultural anthropology and Social anthropology as part of his general Anthropology study is frequently connected to Four field approach, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His Ideology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Linguistic philosophy and Linguistics. In his study, Civil society is inextricably linked to Doublethink, which falls within the broad field of Marxist philosophy. In most of his Law studies, his work intersects topics such as Epistemology.
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Thought and Change
Postmodernism, reason and religion
Plough, Sword, and Book: The Structure of Human History
Conditions of liberty : civil society and its rivals
Social Forces (1995)
Encounters with nationalism
Culture, identity, and politics
Patrons and clients in Mediterranean societies
Ernest Gellner;John Waterbury.
The Idea of a Social Science
Ernest Gellner;Peter Winch.
British Journal of Sociology (1960)
Legitimation of Belief
REASON AND CULTURE: THE HISTORIC ROLE OF RATIONALITY AND RATIONALISM
Contemporary Sociology (1993)
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