Experiences between Philosophy and Communication: Engaging the Philosophical Contributions of Calvin O. Schrag
Ramsey Eric Ramsey, David James Miller
SUNY Press, Aug 28, 2003 - Philosophy - 214 pages
Providing developments and advancements concerning the thought of Calvin O. Schrag, this book includes the first full-length interview with the American continental philosopher and covers his long and illustrative philosophical contribution to thinking about the consequences of communication. The influence of Schrag’s work is significant and broad, and these nine thought-provoking pieces by leading scholars whose work has been influenced by his philosophy presents the best contemporary thought on communicative praxis. Encompassing questions of democracy, the public and private spheres, and relations inside organizational structures, to questions of giving and ethics, rhetoric and narrative, suffering and love, this is a wellspring of insight and provocation for both those already familiar with Schrag’s work and those seeking a keen invitation to his many critical reflections.
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From the Loving Struggle to the Struggle to Love A Conversation with Calvin O Schrag
Communicative Praxis and Collective Decision Making From Phenomenology to the Politics of Experience to Dialogic Constitutive Practices
Limitations of the Public Sphere The Repressive Voice of Modernity
Transversing Dualisms and Situating the Embodied Self in Organizational Theory and Practice
The Gift of Acknowledgment
Awaiting the Year of the Donkey
On Hearing the Call From the Pain of Affliction toward Healing
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