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The Very Idea of Organization : Social Ontology Today: Kantian and Hegelian Reconsiderations

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The Very Idea of Organization : Social Ontology Today: Kantian and Hegelian Reconsiderations
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The Very Idea of Organization
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Social Ontology Today: Kantian and Hegelian Reconsiderations
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In The Very Idea of Organization Krijnen develops a new philosophical methodology for a social ontology in general and an organizational ontology in particular by rejuvenating the Kantian and Hegelian tradition of philosophy
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The Very Idea of Organization : Social Ontology Today: Kantian and Hegelian Reconsiderations
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  • Contents -- Abbreviations of Works Cited -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 What is Organization? From Organization Theory to Organizational Ontology -- 1 Thinking about Organization -- 2 Organization within the Perspective of Organization Studies -- 2.1 Scott's Definitions -- 2.2 Hatch and Cunliffe's Perspectives -- 2.3 History and Classification of Organization Theory -- 3 Let's Go Ontological: The Meta-Theoretical Debate -- 3.1 The Challenge of Ontological Presuppositions -- 3.2 The Meta-Theoretical Positions -- 3.3 The Uncritical Foundation of Critical Realism -- 4 Conclusion: Towards a New Meta-Perspective for OrganizationStudies -- Chapter 2 Towards an Idealist Social Ontology-Criticisms and Challenges -- 1 Beyond Naturalism, Collective Intentionality, and Phenomenology -- 2 Beyond Contemporary Philosophy of Recognition -- 3 Speculative Idealism, Not Metaphysics -- 3.1 Metaphysics, Logic, and the System of Philosophy -- 3.2 The Phänomenologie in Hegel's Philosophical System -- 4 Hegel's Philosophy of Spirit is Not Practical Philosophy -- 5 Updating Idealism: A Methodological Guideline for ApproachingSocial Ontology -- 6 Sociality as a Phantom in German Idealism -- 6.1 The Rise of the Social in the Nineteenth Century -- 6.2 Sociality and Practical Philosophy -- 6.3 Hegel's Social Philosophy? -- 6.4 Constructing the Social from Hegel's Philosophy -- 7 Post-Hegelian History as a Resource -- Chapter 3 Constructing Social Reality-From Kantian Transcendental Philosophy to a Hegelian Concept of the Social -- 1 Neo-Kantianism -- 2 Rickert's Axiological Foundations of Sociality -- 2.1 Social Ontology -- 2.2 The Social -- 3 Contemporary Kantian Transcendental Philosophy -- 3.1 On Transcendental Philosophy after 1945 -- 3.2 Hans Wagner's Concept of Sociality -- 3.3 Werner Flach's Concept of Sociality -- 4 Conclusion: The Social in Hegel's Philosophy
  • 4.1 Objective Spirit -- 4.2 Natural Determinacy and Spirit -- 4.3 Self-Formation versus Self-Knowledge -- Chapter 4 Social Reality as Existence of Freedom-Hegelian versus Kantian Idealism on Actualizing Validity -- 1 What Makes Up Actualizing Freedom? -- 2 Cultural Realms as 'Facts at Hand'? -- 3 Practical Philosophy and Realizing Validity -- 4 An Equivocal Concept of Realization -- 5 Realizing Validity as a Complex Issue: Contested Utility -- 5.1 Realization of Validity: From the Conditional to the Unconditional Realm -- 5.2 Realization as Manifestation of the Idea -- 6 Conclusion -- Chapter 5 The Very Idea of Organization-Phenomenology Revisited -- 1 'Exposition' -- 2 Unity and Diversity in Organization Theory -- 2.1 Organization -- 2.2 Organization Theory -- 2.3 History of the Concept of Organization -- 2.4 General Concept of Organization -- 2.5 Perspectives on Organization -- 2.6 Organization and Freedom -- 2.7 Organization: Further Basic Features -- Chapter 6 The Very Idea of Organization-A Hegelian Account -- 1 Organization in Hegel's Philosophy of Spirit, Topologically -- 1.1 Thematic Affinity -- 1.2 The Place of Organization as a Figure of Spirit -- 1.3 Organization versus Figures of Objective Spirit -- 1.4 The Place of Organization within Objective Spirit -- 1.5 The Place of Organization within Civil Society -- 1.6 Organization in the State? -- 2 Organization in Hegel's Philosophy of Spirit, Speculatively -- 2.1 The Material Foundation of Organization -- 2.2 Speculative Articulation of Organization -- Epilog -- References -- Index of Names -- Index of Terms
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