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James Martin Hollis (14 March 1938 – 27 February 1998) was an English rationalist philosopher. O'Hagan argues that central to Hollis's rationalism was "the epistemological unity of mankind", the view that "some beliefs are universal . . . There are, because there have to be, percepts and concepts shared by all who can understand each other." This rationalism, of Hollis, was in its early formulations strongly influenced by Peter Strawson and applied to understanding and explaining the approach of the social sciences.

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  • James Martin Hollis (* 14. März 1938 in London; † 27. Februar 1998 in Norwich) war ein britischer rationalistischer Philosoph. Er arbeitete insbesondere zu epistemologischen Grundlagen der Sozialwissenschaften.
  • James Martin Hollis (14 March 1938 – 27 February 1998) was an English rationalist philosopher. O'Hagan argues that central to Hollis's rationalism was "the epistemological unity of mankind", the view that "some beliefs are universal . . . There are, because there have to be, percepts and concepts shared by all who can understand each other." This rationalism, of Hollis, was in its early formulations strongly influenced by Peter Strawson and applied to understanding and explaining the approach of the social sciences.
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Martin Hollis (homonymie). Martin Hollis (Londres, 14 mars 1938 - 27 février 1998) est un philosophe et universitaire britannique. Il est fils de diplomate, et le neveu de Roger Hollis, ancien directeur général du MI5. Hollis reconnaît avoir subi l’influence de Strawson. Il a en outre en grande estime les idées de Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Selon lui le contrat social formulé par Rousseau est un « changement remarquable pour l'homme », qui de plus, très terre à terre, réconcilie l’autonomie et le devoir, la confiance et la raison sociale.
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