The Spirit of Luc Boltanski: Essays on the ‘Pragmatic Sociology of Critique’

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Simon Susen, Bryan S. Turner
Anthem Press, 1 nov. 2014 - 884 pagina's
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What is the relevance of Luc Boltanski’s ‘pragmatic sociology of critique’ to central issues in contemporary social and political analysis? In seeking to respond to this question, this book contains critical commentaries from prominent social theorists attempting to map out the influence and broad scope of Boltanski’s oeuvre.
 

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Inhoudsopgave

His Life and Work An Overview
3
Preliminary Reflections
29
Chapter Outline
49
Luc Boltanskis Sociology from a Pragmatist Perspective
91
Why Not Pragmatism?
129
The Moral Idealism of Ordinary People as a Sociological
153
Is There Such a Thing as a Pragmatic Sociology of Critique?
173
The Sociology of Critical Capacity Twenty Years After
235
Luc Boltanski and Political Sociology
351
Axel Honneth and Luc Boltanski at the Epicentre of Politics
391
Two Models of Public Culture
413
Reflections on the Indignation of the Disprivileged
445
Luc Boltanski and Contemporary Issues
471
Beyond Love beyond Suspicion?
485
Political Philosophy
541
Sociology of Critique or Critical Theory? Luc Boltanski
561

Economies of Worth On Critique and Sociology of Engagements
245
Luc Boltanski and Critical Sociology
265
A Theoretical Compromise
293
Towards a Dialogue between Pierre Bourdieus Critical Sociology
313
Luc Boltanski in Conversation
591
An Afterword
613
Index of Names
803
Copyright

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Simon Susen is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology at City University London.

Bryan S. Turner is the Presidential Professor of Sociology at the City University of New York. Concurrently, he is the Director of the Institute for Religion, Politics and Society at the Australian Catholic University, Melbourne.

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