Introduction.- Part I: Personal Being.
Chapter 1: Personal Reflections on Rom Harre.
Chapter 2: Rom Harre, Positioning Theory and the Social Sciences: A Personal and Sympathetic Portrait.
Chapter 3: Rom Harre on Personal Agency.
Chapter 4: What Is It To Be a Human Being? Rom Harre on Self and Identity.- Part II: Social Science and Positioning Theory.
Chapter 5: The Social Philosophy of Harre as a Philosophy of Culture.
Chapter 6: The Discursive Ontology of the Social World.
Chapter 7: A Constructionist Conversation with Positioning Theory.
Chapter 8: Revisiting the Greenspeak.-
Chapter 9: Governmental Power and Positioning of Marginalized People.- Part III: Psychology as a Normative Science.
Chapter 10: Ethics in Socio-Cultural Psychologies.
Chapter 11: Psychiatry as a Hybrid Discipline.
Chapter 12: Rom Harre as a Moral Philosopher.
Chapter 13: The Social Construction of Emotions.
Chapter 14: Discursive Cognition and Neural Networks.- Part IV: Wittgenstein and Psychology.
Chapter 15: Harre and Hinges - Metaphysics of Ungrounded Foundations.
Chapter 16: Psychology and Non-Sense: Schizophrenese as Example.
Chapter 17: On the Soul, the Death of the Soul, and the Nature of Evil. Commentary on the Contributions.
Bo Allesoe Christensen is assistant professor in the Department of Communication and Psychology at Aalborg University. He has served as a reviewer for several journals - Social and Cultural Geography, The Review of Political Economy, Psychology and Society, and Academic Quarter. He has published in several scholarly journals, including the International Journal of Dialogical Science, Cultural Analysis, Philosophical Investigations, Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, and the Review of Political Economy.