- 哲学 (ISSN:05632099)
- vol.125, pp.235-262, 2011-03
特集 : 人間科学投稿論文It is important that the experience of quantitative researches influenced Bourdieu's sociology. In this paper, I examine Bourdieu's practice and theory of cultural sociology in the 1960s and find out two phases of the influence of quantitative researches. First, he located the statistical data (results of quantitative analyses) as the methods of controlling his practice in researches, so as to reflect it in epistemology. Therefore, by introducing the statistical approach, he aimed at objective research practice, excluding researcher's spontaneous conviction and common sense. Secondarily, by introducing it, he constructed original concepts and formed his unique sociological theory. Especially, his concept of "habitus" enabled to mediate subjective experiences and objective regularities, by involving the dualism of the statistical probability (the gap between the subjective probability and the objective probability).