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  1. Marx, Realism and Foucault : An Enquiry Into the Problem of Industrial Relations Theory.Richard Marsden - unknown
    This thesis constructs a model of the material causes of the capacity of individuals to act at work, by using the ontology of scientific realism to facilitate a synthesis between Marx and Foucault. This synthetic model is submitted as a solution to the long-standing problem of Industrial Relations theory, now manifest in the deconstruction of the organon of 'control'. The problems of 'control' are rooted in the radical concept of power and traditional, base/superstructure, interpretations of Marx. Developing an alternative to (...)
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  • Hegel and Habermas.Douglas Moggach - 1997 - The European Legacy 2 (3):550-556.
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  • Modernity as Autonomy.Kenneth Baynes - 1995 - Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy 38 (3):289 – 303.
    In Modernism as a Philosophical Problem Robert Pippin offers an interpretation of post-Kantian continental philosophy that locates the project of autonomy or self-determination at the center of the modernity/postmodernity debate and presents Hegel as a kind of radical, post-Kantian modernist, whose philosophical "experiment" is preferable to more recent attempts to overcome or deconstruct metaphysics. I raise some questions about the adequacy of Pippin's interpretation of Hegel's notion of a rational justification, at least as it bears on his argument in the (...)
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