Through offering thoughtful readings of this,
or any work, we are engaging in an effort which continues
formulating the relationship between philosophy and
sociology in such a way that our version of social actions
(whether our own actions or the actions of others) is
developing dialectically. Developing such that, for
instance, any seeming lack of resemblance between the
title of this work and the work itself does not restrain
us and prevent us from hearing how it is only by risking
engaging in work, which may be heard by some, even by many,
as eccentric, that genuine social research can proceed.
As composers of our readings of this, or any
work, we might having read it, say that the conception of
the relationship between these two disciplines; the conception
of each of the disciplines; and indeed the way
of conceptualizing each of ourselves and other selves,
with which we had set out, has developed through our
relationship to our work with this piece of writing. We
say we "might" say this, for each of our readings displays
each of our response -ability, i.e. each of our decisions.
I, as writer, look forward to working with your
response, for my desire in offering this work for your
attention is to pursue or instigate our conversation, and
not to commit selves to solitary confinement.