Stephen Linstead, Alison Linstead
Psychology Press, 2005 - Psychology - 260 pages
Are organizations good to think with? : thinking things through and thinking through things / Stephen Linstead and Alison Linstead -- Back to the roots of the linguistic turn : arguments against causal social research reconsidered / -- Marja-Liisa Kakkuri-Knuuttila and Eero Vaara -- Language and landscape : toward new architectures of thought / Anne Wallemacq, Jean-Marie Jacques -- Glissement : gaming with(out) the Matrix / Hugo Letiche and Joachim Maier -- The myth of organization / Iain Munro -- On the applicability and diffusion of alien concepts to organizational analysis : some criteria for inter-domain conceptual transfer / Loizos Heracleous and Martin Fellenz -- Construct objectification and de-objectification in organization theory / William McKinley -- Questions in knowledge management : some philosophical reflections / Frits Schipper -- The odyssey of instrumental rationality : confronting the enlightenment's interior other / Donncha Kavanagh, Carmen Kuhling, Kieran Keohane -- Rough magic : screens / Steven Connor -- Suits you, sir : that obscure desire of objects / Robert Grafton Small -- Refocusing : A Bergsonian approach to organisation / Stephen Linstead -- The becoming of becoming : what can philosophy do for organization theory? / Martin Brigham.
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towards new architectures
gaming without the matrix
The mythic foundations of organization
On the applicability of alien concepts to organisational
Construct objectification and deobjectification
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