By Roger Scruton
Become aware of for your self the pleasures of philosophy! Written either for the professional scholar of philosophy in addition to the final reader, the well known author Roger Scruton presents a survey of recent philosophy. continually attractive, Scruton takes us on a desirable journey of the topic, from founding father Descartes to crucial and well-known thinker of the 20th century, Ludwig Wittgenstein. He identifies the entire crucial figures in addition to outlines of the most highbrow preoccupations that experience educated western philosophy. portray a portrait of recent philosophy that's vibrant and lively, Scruton introduces us to a few of the best philosophical difficulties invented during this interval and pursued ever because. together with fabric on fresh debates, a brief historical past of contemporary Philosophy is already confirmed because the vintage creation. learn it and discover why.
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See HANNAH ARENDT: Lectures on Kant’s political philosophy, Chicago (University of Chicago Press) 1982. PAUL RICŒUR: Du texte à l’action, Paris (Le Seuil) 1986, pp. 237ff. See also HANNAH ARENDT: Lectures on Kant’s political philosophy, Chicago (University of Chicago Press) 1982. IMMANUEL KANT: Kritik der Urteilskraft, (1794), Frankfurt (Suhrkamp Werkausgabe) 2004. PAUL RICŒUR: Juger, Esprit 1992. PHILOSOPHY OF MANAGEMENT 35 and different from, yet mediated through, public debate and political legislation implies a rational discourse about justice, where minimum mutual respect, human punishment, and recognition of basic rights - even of those to be punished - replace pure violence.
From a critical view of capitalism we can, however, ask whether there is an existentialist philosophy of management. Critical authors would state that existentialism and management cannot be combined and that this approach is an indication of an ideological use of existentialism to justify management. , p. 122. 50 Here, it is useful to refer to the work of psychologist Karen Schultz. KAREN SCHULTZ: Eksistens i arbejdslivet. At skabe mening for virksomhed og medarbejder, København (Hans Reitzels forlag) 2000.
Virksomhedens politisering, Frederiksberg (Samfundslitteratur) 2004, pp. 247-248. 8 This description of the intimization and moralization of the firm as an actor in a private policy network can be argued to express an ambitious dream of harmony between state, market, and society, explaining how it is possible to conceive of the political firm as a kind of reaction to the lack of values after the decline of Protestant ethics. This is unusual because it is normally presupposed that the political firm is not primarily an ethical or socially responsible firm, but reflects a necessary response to the complex problems of modern society, in which societal requirements for legitimacy imply that the firm should take social responsibility and include different stakeholders in the formulation of its strategy, mission, and values.
A Short History of Modern Philosophy: From Descartes to Wittgenstein by Roger Scruton