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Experience - New Foundations for the Human Sciences (Paperback): Scott Lash Experience - New Foundations for the Human Sciences (Paperback)
Scott Lash
R487 Discovery Miles 4 870 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book is a radical plea for the centrality of experience in the social and human sciences. Lash argues that a large part of the output of the social sciences today is still shaped by assumptions stemming from positivism, in contrast to the tradition of interpretative social enquiry pioneered by Max Weber. These assumptions are particularly central to economics, with its emphasis on homo economicus, the utility-maximizing actor, but they have infiltrated the other social sciences too. Lash argues for a social sciences based not in positivism's utilitarian a priori but instead in the a posteriori of grounded and embedded subjective experience. His wide-ranging account starts from considerations of ancient experience via Aristotle's technics, continues through a politics of Hannah Arendt's 'a posteriori' public sphere and concludes with the contemporary - with technological experience, on the one hand, and with Chinese post-ontological thought, in which the 'ten thousand things' themselves are doing the experiencing, on the other. This original book by a leading social and cultural theorist will be of great interest to students and scholars in sociology, cultural studies and throughout the social sciences.

Reflexive Modernization - Politics, Tradition and Aesthetics in the Modern Social Order (Paperback): Ulrich Beck, Anthony... Reflexive Modernization - Politics, Tradition and Aesthetics in the Modern Social Order (Paperback)
Ulrich Beck, Anthony Giddens, Scott Lash
R493 Discovery Miles 4 930 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In this book, three social thinkers discuss the implications of reflexive modernization for social and cultural theory today. Ulrich Beck's vision of the risk society has already become influential. Beck offers a new elaboration of his basic ideas, connecting reflexive modernization with new issues to do with the state and political organization. Giddens offers an in-depth examination of the connections between institutional reflexivity and the de-traditionalizing of the modern world. We are entering, he argues, a phase of the development of a global society. A global society is not a world society, but one with universalizing tendencies. Lash develops the theme of reflexive modernization in relation to aesthetics and the interpretation of culture. In this domain, he suggests, we need to look again at the conventional theories of postmodernism; aesthetic modernization has distinctive qualities that need to be uncovered and analyzed.

Experience - New Foundations for the Human Sciences (Hardcover): Scott Lash Experience - New Foundations for the Human Sciences (Hardcover)
Scott Lash
R1,489 R1,356 Discovery Miles 13 560 Save R133 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book is a radical plea for the centrality of experience in the social and human sciences. Lash argues that a large part of the output of the social sciences today is still shaped by assumptions stemming from positivism, in contrast to the tradition of interpretative social enquiry pioneered by Max Weber. These assumptions are particularly central to economics, with its emphasis on homo economicus, the utility-maximizing actor, but they have infiltrated the other social sciences too. Lash argues for a social sciences based not in positivism's utilitarian a priori but instead in the a posteriori of grounded and embedded subjective experience. His wide-ranging account starts from considerations of ancient experience via Aristotle's technics, continues through a politics of Hannah Arendt's `a posteriori' public sphere and concludes with the contemporary - with technological experience, on the one hand, and with Chinese post-ontological thought, in which the `ten thousand things' themselves are doing the experiencing, on the other. This original book by a leading social and cultural theorist will be of great interest to students and scholars in sociology, cultural studies and throughout the social sciences.

Global Culture Industry - The Mediation of Things (Paperback): Scott Lash, Celia Lury Global Culture Industry - The Mediation of Things (Paperback)
Scott Lash, Celia Lury
R489 Discovery Miles 4 890 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In the first half of the twentieth century, Theodor Adorno wrote about the 'culture industry'. For Adorno, culture too along with the products of factory labour was increasingly becoming a commodity. Now, in what they call the 'global culture industry', Scott Lash and Celia Lury argue that Adorno's worst nightmares have come true.

Their new book tells the compelling story of how material objects such as watches and sportswear have become powerful cultural symbols, and how the production of symbols, in the form of globally recognized brands, has now become a central goal of capitalism. "Global Culture Industry" provides an empirically and theoretically rich examination of the ways in which these objects - from Nike shoes to Toy Story, from global football to conceptual art - metamorphose and move across national borders.

This book is set to become a dialectic of enlightenment for the age of globalization. It will be essential reading for students and scholars across the social sciences.

Detraditionalization (Paperback, New): Paul Heelas, Scott Lash, Paul Morris Detraditionalization (Paperback, New)
Paul Heelas, Scott Lash, Paul Morris
R1,134 R1,045 Discovery Miles 10 450 Save R89 (8%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This collective volume contributes to a growing debate concerning the extent to which we are now living in a "post-traditional" world. One standard account - most forcefully maintained by post-modernists - is that time has moved on to a point where we are now beyond the injunctions of the past. Yet such claims are increasingly being subjected to scrutiny. Have traditions, and all they stand for, really been left behind? And if not, what is their role in contemporary society?


While some contributors to" Detraditionalization" continue to state the case for the collapse of traditional certainties, somewhat surprisingly, most argue that the sustained voices of authority, which reinforce the pre-estabilshed order of things over the self, have by no means lost their significance. They argue that culture has not become lost in a disordered, contingent miasma of post-modernity. They argue for a coexistence thesis: detraditionalizing processes are operating, but so are those to do with retraditionalization, tradition-maintenance and tradition-construction. Finally, there are those contributors who argue that attempts to identify the "traditional" and the "detraditional" at all are mistaken.

This exciting and dynamic collection of essays draws together some of the world's leading commentators on these issues and provides valuable insights into the complexities of the role of the past and present during a time of considerable uncertainty.

Global Culture Industry - The Mediation of Things (Hardcover): Scott Lash, Celia Lury Global Culture Industry - The Mediation of Things (Hardcover)
Scott Lash, Celia Lury
R1,625 R1,476 Discovery Miles 14 760 Save R149 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In the first half of the twentieth century, Theodor Adorno wrote about the 'culture industry'. For Adorno, culture too along with the products of factory labour was increasingly becoming a commodity. Now, in what they call the 'global culture industry', Scott Lash and Celia Lury argue that Adorno's worst nightmares have come true.
Their new book tells the compelling story of how material objects such as watches and sportswear have become powerful cultural symbols, and how the production of symbols, in the form of globally recognized brands, has now become a central goal of capitalism. Global Culture Industry provides an empirically and theoretically rich examination of the ways in which these objects - from Nike shoes to Toy Story, from global football to conceptual art - metamorphose and move across national borders.
This book is set to become a dialectic of enlightenment for the age of globalization. It will be essential reading for students and scholars across the social sciences.

Another Modernity - A Different Rationality (Hardcover): Scott Lash Another Modernity - A Different Rationality (Hardcover)
Scott Lash
R2,640 R2,370 Discovery Miles 23 700 Save R270 (10%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book is Lash's most comprehensive statement in social and cultural theory. It is a book addressed to sociologists and philosophers, to students of urban life, modern languages, cultural studies and the visual arts.

Alongside the Enlightenment has emerged another modernity. This second modernity has - in opposition to the Enlightenment rationality of progress, order, homogeneity and cognition - initiated a different rationality of uncertainty, transience, experiment, and the unknowable. This second, this other modernity, is present in notions of 'difference' and 'reflexivity' so central to the contemporary world-view. The logic, however, of such notions can, itself, lead to the same unhappy abstraction of the first modernity. What is forgotten, Scott Lash argues, is the dimension of the ground. This book consists of explorations into this ground: as place, community, belonging, sociality, tradition, life-world; as symbol, sensation, in the tactile character of the sign. The book addresses the other modernity's forgotten ground.

The first and second modernities co-existed in a state of irresolvable tension along the history of western industrial capitalism. This is thrown into crisis, Lash argues, with the turn of the twenty-first century emergence of the global information culture. What are the implications of this explosion of first and second modernities into today's technological culture? When the previously existing third space of difference is exploded into the general indifference of information and communication flows? How might we lead our lives in an age in which difference - and indeed the ground itself - become primarily a matter for memory, for mourning?

Detraditionalization (Hardcover, Reprinted from): Paul Heelas, Scott Lash, Paul Morris Detraditionalization (Hardcover, Reprinted from)
Paul Heelas, Scott Lash, Paul Morris
R2,773 R2,487 Discovery Miles 24 870 Save R286 (10%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This collective volume contributes to a growing debate concerning the extent to which we are now living in a "post-traditional" world. One standard account - most forcefully maintained by post-modernists - is that time has moved on to a point where we are now beyond the injunctions of the past. Yet such claims are increasingly being subjected to scrutiny. Have traditions, and all they stand for, really been left behind? And if not, what is their role in contemporary society?


While some contributors to" Detraditionalization" continue to state the case for the collapse of traditional certainties, somewhat surprisingly, most argue that the sustained voices of authority, which reinforce the pre-estabilshed order of things over the self, have by no means lost their significance. They argue that culture has not become lost in a disordered, contingent miasma of post-modernity. They argue for a coexistence thesis: detraditionalizing processes are operating, but so are those to do with retraditionalization, tradition-maintenance and tradition-construction. Finally, there are those contributors who argue that attempts to identify the "traditional" and the "detraditional" at all are mistaken.

This exciting and dynamic collection of essays draws together some of the world's leading commentators on these issues and provides valuable insights into the complexities of the role of the past and present during a time of considerable uncertainty.

Reflexive Modernization - Politics, Tradition and Aesthetics in the Modern Social Order (Paperback, and and and ed.): Ulrich... Reflexive Modernization - Politics, Tradition and Aesthetics in the Modern Social Order (Paperback, and and and ed.)
Ulrich Beck, Anthony Giddens, Scott Lash
R765 Discovery Miles 7 650 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The theme of reflexivity has come to be central to social analysis. In this book three prominent social thinkers discuss the implications of "reflexive modernization" for social and cultural theory today. Ulrich Beck's vision of the "risk society" has already become extraordinarily influential. Beck offers a new elaboration of his basic ideas, connecting reflexive modernization with new issues to do with the state and political organization. Giddens offers an in-depth examination of the connections between "institutional reflexivity" and the de-traditionalizing of the modern world. We are entering, he argues, a phase of the development of a global society. A "global society" is not a world society, but one with universalizing tendencies. Lash develops the theme of reflexive modernization in relation the aesthetics and the interpretation of culture. In this domain, he suggests, we need to look again at the conventional theories of postmodernism; "aesthetic modernization" has distinctive qualities that need to be uncovered and analyzed. In the concluding sections of the book, the three authors offer critical appraisals of each other's viewpoints, providing a synthetic conclusion to the work as a whole.

The End of Organized Capitalism (Paperback, Illustrated Ed): Scott Lash, John Urry The End of Organized Capitalism (Paperback, Illustrated Ed)
Scott Lash, John Urry
R749 Discovery Miles 7 490 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The End of Organized Capitalism argues that - despite Marx's and Weber's insistence that capitalist societies become increasingly more ordered - we now live in an era of 'disorganized capitalism'. The book is devoted to a systematic examination of the shift to disorganized capitalism in five Western nations (Britain, the USA, France, Germany and Sweden).

Max Weber, Rationality and Modernity (Hardcover): Sam Whimster, Scott Lash Max Weber, Rationality and Modernity (Hardcover)
Sam Whimster, Scott Lash
R4,994 Discovery Miles 49 940 Out of stock

This book brings together leading figures in history, sociology, political science, feminism and critical theory to interpret, evaluate, criticize and update Weber's legacy. In a collection of specially commissioned pieces and translated articles the Weberian scholarship recognizes Max Weber as the figure central to contemporary debates on the need for societal rationality, the limits of reason and the place of culture and conduct in the supposedly post-religious age. In Part 1, Wolfgang Mommsen, Wilhelm Hennis, Guenther Roth and Wolfgang Schluchter provide a full and varied account of the theme of rationalization in the world civilizations. In Part 2 Pierre Bourdieu and Barry Hindess critically examine Weber's social action model, and Johannes Weiss and Martin Albrow address the putative 'crisis' of Western rationality. In Part 3 Jeffrey Alexander, Ralph Schroeder, Bryan Turner, Roslyn Bologh and Sam Whimster scrutinize Weber's understanding of modernity with its characteristic plurality of 'gods and demons'; they focus on its implications for individuality and personality, the body and sexuality, feminism and aesthetic modernism. Part 4 turns to politics, law and the state in the contemporary world: Colin Gordon on liberalism, Luciano Cavalli on charismatic politics, Stephen Turner and Regis Factor on decisionism and power and Scott Lash on modernism, substantice rationality and law. This book was first published in 1987.

Sociology of Postmodernism (Hardcover): Scott Lash Sociology of Postmodernism (Hardcover)
Scott Lash
R3,490 Discovery Miles 34 900 Out of stock

First published in 1990. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Modernity and Identity (Paperback): Scott Lash, Jonathan Friedman Modernity and Identity (Paperback)
Scott Lash, Jonathan Friedman
R1,044 Discovery Miles 10 440 Out of stock

"Modernity and Identity" is a groundbreaking collective work which announces a radical new departure within contemporary debates on modernism and postmodernism.

While dominant conceptions of both modernism and postmodernism are centered around motions of statis and fixity, for most of the otherwise quite diverse writers in this book, modernity is a matter of movement, of flux, of change and of unpredictability.


Modernity and postmodernity are shown to mean, not the 'end of the subject' but the transformation and creation of new forms of subjectivity. Anthropological concepts are brought squarely into the heart of the modernity controversies, which are then recast in the context of tradition, globalization and of the crisis of identity in a newly de-centred world system.

The possibility of a third way is opened up, rejecting the opposition between the impersonal rationality of high modernism and the rationalist anti-ethics of postmodernism. The vision in this book is that of another modernity, which counter-poses Baudelaire to Rousseau, and loyalist ethics to abstract blueprints for social and political reorganization.

This book will be essential reading for students of sociology, cultural studies, literary theory, anthropology, urban studies and philosophy.

Another Modernity - A Different Rationality (Paperback): Scott Lash Another Modernity - A Different Rationality (Paperback)
Scott Lash
R1,315 Discovery Miles 13 150 Out of stock

This book is Lash's most comprehensive statement in social and cultural theory. It is a book addressed to sociologists and philosophers, to students of urban life, modern languages, cultural studies and the visual arts.

Alongside the Enlightenment has emerged another modernity. This second modernity has - in opposition to the Enlightenment rationality of progress, order, homogeneity and cognition - initiated a different rationality of uncertainty, transience, experiment, and the unknowable. This second, this other modernity, is present in notions of 'difference' and 'reflexivity' so central to the contemporary world-view. The logic, however, of such notions can, itself, lead to the same unhappy abstraction of the first modernity. What is forgotten, Scott Lash argues, is the dimension of the ground. This book consists of explorations into this ground: as place, community, belonging, sociality, tradition, life-world; as symbol, sensation, in the tactile character of the sign. The book addresses the other modernity's forgotten ground.

The first and second modernities co-existed in a state of irresolvable tension along the history of western industrial capitalism. This is thrown into crisis, Lash argues, with the turn of the twenty-first century emergence of the global information culture. What are the implications of this explosion of first and second modernities into today's technological culture? When the previously existing third space of difference is exploded into the general indifference of information and communication flows? How might we lead our lives in an age in which difference - and indeed the ground itself - become primarily a matter for memory, for mourning?

Time and Value (Paperback): Scott Lash, Andrew Quick, Richard Roberts Time and Value (Paperback)
Scott Lash, Andrew Quick, Richard Roberts
R667 Discovery Miles 6 670 Out of stock

This ground-breaking book addresses transformations in the understanding of time and the generation and degeneration of value at the cutting edge of modernity and postmodernity. The book is a multi-disciplinary contribution to current work in the social sciences, in cultural theory and in more pragmatic areas such as advertising and global communication. It brings together the work of distinguished international scholars and new young thinkers.

"Time and Value" contains an exploration of such themes as the timescapes of nature and the impact of disease, ecological catastrophe, and many other issues. In theoretical terms, the collection draws in particular upon writers such as Jacques Derrida, Michel Serres, Paul Virilio and Martin Heidegger, whose work is particularly relevant in considering how technology has had a powerful impact upon the construal of time and the explanation of how time constructs human lives in late modernity.

The compression of time and its fragmentation correspond with a collapse in and reconstruction of value systems. This deconstruction of time is juxtaposed with a range of possibilities that emerge when the specific times of the media, literature, art, virtuality, nature, performance, fashion, semiotic codings, spirituality, the self and the body are understood as creative opportunity.

Max Weber, Rationality and Modernity (Paperback): Sam Whimster, Scott Lash Max Weber, Rationality and Modernity (Paperback)
Sam Whimster, Scott Lash
R1,201 Discovery Miles 12 010 Out of stock

This book brings together leading figures in history, sociology, political science, feminism and critical theory to interpret, evaluate, criticize and update Weber's legacy. In a collection of specially commissioned pieces and translated articles the Weberian scholarship recognizes Max Weber as the figure central to contemporary debates on the need for societal rationality, the limits of reason and the place of culture and conduct in the supposedly post-religious age.

In Part 1, Wolfgang Mommsen, Wilhelm Hennis, Guenther Roth and Wolfgang Schluchter provide a full and varied account of the theme of rationalization in the world civilizations. In Part 2 Pierre Bourdieu and Barry Hindess critically examine Weber's social action model, and Johannes Weiss and Martin Albrow address the putative 'crisis' of Western rationality. In Part 3 Jeffrey Alexander, Ralph Schroeder, Bryan Turner, Roslyn Bologh and Sam Whimster scrutinize Weber's understanding of modernity with its characteristic plurality of 'gods and demons'; they focus on its implications for individuality and personality, the body and sexuality, feminism and aesthetic modernism. Part 4 turns to politics, law and the state in the contemporary world: Colin Gordon on liberalism, Luciano Cavalli on charismatic politics, Stephen Turner and Regis Factor on decisionism and power and Scott Lash on modernism, substantice rationality and law.

This book was first published in 1987.

Sociology of Postmodernism (Paperback, New): Scott Lash Sociology of Postmodernism (Paperback, New)
Scott Lash
R1,254 Discovery Miles 12 540 Out of stock


This authoritative and revealing book provides the first sociological examination of postmodernism. Lash examines the differences between modernism and postmodernism, providing a clear explanation of why postmodernism is important.

Economies of Signs and Space (Paperback): Scott Lash, John Urry Economies of Signs and Space (Paperback)
Scott Lash, John Urry
R1,276 Discovery Miles 12 760 Out of stock

"Scott Lash and John Urry's book is an ambitious and provocative account of the transformations that are convulsing 'economies' and 'societies' at the end of the 20th century. . . . Lash and Urry offer a lucid critique of conceptions of economies and societies as bounded systems and also demonstrate the intricate imbrications of politico-economic and sociocultural processes. . . . This is a feast of a book: rich in ideas, bursting with theoretical insights and empirical details, and outlining an immensely challenging political intellectual agenda for the end of the century and beyond." --Contemporary Sociology "This book is a tour de force. The portrait it draws of an increasingly reflexive world of flows is a major contribution to our understanding of society and space." --Nigel Thrift, University of Bristol "The content of this book is creative, challenging, and provocative. Its scope, and therefore relevance, is broad. Of critical value is the recognition that not all societies are organized according to a neo-liberal model, as well as the centrality given to subjective practices and the value of image in determining identity,m and helping to shape individual life-chances. In addition, the questioning of conventional concepts such as society suggests that the message of the book will be considered seriously. There is successful recourse throughout the text to particular studies or examples that illustrate the arguments. Generally, this a well-written and well-organized book. --Michael Biddulph, Department of Civic Design, Univ. of Liverpool "[This volume] deserves to be widely read, disseminated, and debated." --Times Higher Education Supplement "This is a book rich in material for reflecting on contemporary life. It deals with changes in the economy, in urban life, and in work and leisure (the impact of global toursim gets particularly good treatment). The differences between industrial societies - the handling of Germany is especially interesting - are sensitively noted, and used to explain important variations in class structure, ethnic and gender relations. There are also some stimulating observations on our new experience of time and space as a result.... Students of society will be quarrying this book for its important insights for many years to come." --Krishan Kumar in Political Studies "The book is important. It has significant implications for several fields, in particular the analysis of organizations: henceforth, say Lash and Urry, these should be analysed in terms of the flow of various circuits (I would add 'of power') through time, space and meaning. However, it is an important publications; there is a great deal here for fertile imaginzation to work through. If I am not very mistaken this text will set some significant agendas." --Stewart Clegg in Asian Pacific

China Constructing Capitalism - Economic Life and Urban Change (Paperback, New): Scott Lash, Michael Keith, Jakob Arnoldi,... China Constructing Capitalism - Economic Life and Urban Change (Paperback, New)
Scott Lash, Michael Keith, Jakob Arnoldi, Tyler Rooker
R1,183 Discovery Miles 11 830 Out of stock

China has been growing at over ten per cent annually since 1978, but this has only come to very widespread notice in the past decade. This received wisdom about China has been largely of two types, both of which - more or less - understand China in the context of neoliberalism. The more business- or business studies-oriented literature seems to argue that if China does not adapt the rule of clear and distinct property and contract law - in short, of Western institutions - its economy will stall. The second set of voices is more clearly from the left, arguing that the Chinese economy, and city, is neo-liberal. For them, China does not diverge widely from the Anglo-American model that, from 2008, has brought the world economy to its knees.

"

China Constructing Capitalism" takes issue with these analyses. The authors argue that it is not Western neo-liberalism that is constructing the Chinese economy, but instead that China is constructing its own version of capitalism. The two central theses of their argument are:

  • economic life - neo-liberal economic life is "individualized" and "disembedded," while the China model is "relational" and "situated"
  • urban change - China has created a form of 'local state capitalism' which stands in contrast to neoliberal versions of the city.

This book analyses China as a 'risk culture', examining among others Chinese firms and political ties, property development, migrant urbanisms and share trading rooms. It scrutinises the ever-present shadow of the risk-averse (yet uncertainty-creating) state. "China Constructing Capitalism" is a must-read for social scientists, policy makers and investors.

China Constructing Capitalism - Economic Life and Urban Change (Hardcover, New): Scott Lash, Michael Keith, Jakob Arnoldi,... China Constructing Capitalism - Economic Life and Urban Change (Hardcover, New)
Scott Lash, Michael Keith, Jakob Arnoldi, Tyler Rooker
R3,256 Discovery Miles 32 560 Out of stock

China has been growing at over ten per cent annually since 1978, but this has only come to very widespread notice in the past decade. This received wisdom about China has been largely of two types, both of which more or less understand China in the context of neoliberalism. The more business- or business studies-oriented literature seems to argue that if China does not adapt the rule of clear and distinct property and contract law in short, of Western institutions its economy will stall. The second set of voices is more clearly from the left, arguing that the Chinese economy, and city, is neo-liberal. For them, China does not diverge widely from the Anglo-American model that, from 2008, has brought the world economy to its knees.

"

China Constructing Capitalism" takes issue with these analyses. The authors argue that it is not Western neo-liberalism that is constructing the Chinese economy, but instead that China is constructing its own version of capitalism. The two central theses of their argument are:

  • economic life neo-liberal economic life is "individualized" and "disembedded," while the China model is "relational" and "situated"
  • urban change China has created a form of local state capitalism which stands in contrast to neoliberal versions of the city.

This book analyses China as a 'risk culture', examining among others Chinese firms and political ties, property development, migrant urbanisms and share trading rooms. It scrutinises the ever-present shadow of the risk-averse (yet uncertainty-creating) state. "China Constructing Capitalism" is a must-read for social scientists, policy makers and investors.

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