Evolutionary Critical Theory and Its Role in Public Affairs

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M.E. Sharpe, Nov 6, 2003 - Philosophy - 232 pages
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Selected Contents: 1. Precis2. Public Administration as Discipline and the Estrangement of Theory3. Ontology and Theory in Public Administration4. Critical Theory and Public Administration5. Evolutionary Critical Theory6. Evolutionary Critical Theory, Power, and Emancipation7. Evolutionary Critical Theory and the "Good Society"8. Evolutionary Critical Theory and Public Administration
 

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Precis
3
Public Administration as Discipline and the Estrangement of Theory
10
Ontology and Theory in Public Administration
34
Critical Theory and Public Administration
64
Evolutionary Critical Theory
95
Evolutionary Critical Theory Power and Emancipation
121
Evolutionary Critical Theory and the Good Society
138
Evolutionary Critical Theory and Public Administration
160
Notes
175
Index
201
About the Authors
217

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Arthur J. Sementelli is an assistant professor of public administration at Florida Atlantic University. Charles Frederick Abel is an assistant professor of political science and public administration and director of the Center for Applied Social Research at Stephen F. Austin State University.

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