Organization, Society and Politics: An Aristotelian Perspective

Palgrave-Macmillan (2012)
Introduction -- Organization, society and politics -- An Aristotelian perspective -- The politics -- The public good -- The rhetoric -- Talk and texts -- The Nichomachean ethics -- Decision making and ethics -- The Poetics -- Bolshevism to ballet in three steps -- What is "public interest"?: a case study -- Where do we go from here?
Keywords Sociology Philosophy  Organizational sociology Philosophy  Political science Philosophy
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Call number B491.S62.M67 2012
ISBN(s) 9780230304468   023030446X
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