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by Yair Levi,Pellegrin Resci,Marie L. Pellegrin-rescia
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    Yair Levi,Pellegrin Resci,Marie L. Pellegrin-rescia
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    Ashgate Pub Co (January 30, 2006)
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    150 pages
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The 'Social' as Metaph. by Marie L. Pellegrin-rescia.

The 'Social' as Metaph.

WithMarie L. Pellegrin-Rescia, Yair Levi. The Theoretical Approach. WithMarie L. A Historical Overview. Cooperatives As Examples and Their Paradoxes. The Official Discourse. Critique of the Official Discourse.

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Epilogue: Beyond The Social as Metaphor, Marie L. Pellegrin-Rescia; Introduction to epilogue: going beyond the social: doing things with words according to the symbolic register; Thinking nestedness as a system of constituent rules; Thinking the political with the categories o. . Pellegrin-Rescia; Introduction to epilogue: going beyond the social: doing things with words according to the symbolic register; Thinking nestedness as a system of constituent rules; Thinking the political with the categories of the symbolic: the example of South Africa; The virtual more real than reality: The Città Aperta of Sicily; Conclusions, Marie L. Pellegrin-Rescia withYair Levi; References; Index.

stereotypes Origins and constituent elements Tensions and inconsistencies Interpreting the socio-economic duality Paradoxes of cooperatives The case studies What have we learned from cooperatives? Summary and conclusions Thinking 'nestedness' as a system of constituent rules Thinking the political with the categories of the symbolic : the example of South Africa Thinking the virtual more real than reality : the Citta? Aperta of Sicily Conclusions. Download The 'social' as metaphor and the case of cooperatives : a critique of economic individualism Marie L. Pellegrin-Rescia and Yair Levi. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags: Buddhist painting.

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and the Case of Cooperatives : A Critique of Economic Individualism.

The 'Social' as Metaphor and the Case of Cooperatives : A Critique of Economic Individualism. by Pellegrin Resci and Marie L.

A Critique of Economic Individualism. The general tendency to dichotomize concepts such as left and right, social and economic, globalization and anti-globalization, is, they argue, a consequence of our subservience to the primacy of the rational economic agent.

Epilogue: Beyond the 'Social" as Metaphor Marie L. Pellegrin-Rescia Introduction: Enunciating 'Doing Things with Words' 17. Thinking 'Nestedness' as a System of Constituent Rules 18. Thinking the Political with the Categories of the Symbolic: The Case of South Africa 19. Thinking th. Thinking the Virtual More Real than Reality: The Città Aperta, Sicily. Conclusions Marie L. Pellegrin-Rescia with Yair Levi References Index. Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Economic history. Critical discourse analysis.

Drawing on critical interpretations of Polanyi, Austin and Lacan; Marie Pellegrin-Rescia and Yair Levi offer a powerful critique of the language and categories of thought that dominate the contemporary intellectual and political landscape. The general tendency to dichotomize concepts such as left and right, social and economic, globalization and anti-globalization, is, they argue, a consequence of our subservience to the primacy of the rational economic agent. The authors offer a case-study of co-operatives, which are shown to be paradoxical entities in a worldview in which the social exists only as a metaphor for a space concerned with the damage caused by the economic. Through an analysis of experiences in achieving civil accord in South Africa and in establishing a new town in the mountains of Sicily, they offer a new political orientation in a world of uncertainty. In doing so they attempt an answer to one of the most intriguing questions of our time: should we accept as a fait accompli the way our society is conceived and shaped, or can we have a say in the matter and assume the ethical responsibility involved?