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On Freedom: : Organizational Science Examined Philosophically

On Freedom: : Organizational Science Examined Philosophically

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On Freedom: Organizational Science Examined Philosophically

Scientific Freedom, Intellectual Freedom, Moral Freedom, Political Freedom, Spiriitual Freedom

A few words about the organization of this book. It follows what can be described as a narrative, in that it moves in stages, each of which combines more than one objective. This is evident, for example, in the first chapter on Scientific Freedom, which endeavors to situate "organization" within a philosophical tradition, the introduction of concepts that have moved organization to science, and the struggle of this science with ethical neutrality--all of which are more confusing to address when treated as separate topics. In an earlier attempt to break this manuscript into topic headings, my impression was that it subtracted from more than added to its clarity. If the narrative, standing alone, could not speak for itself, it probably needed to be reworked. Titles vary with the interest of the intended audience, and I concluded that this book might be of interest to more than one audience--specifically to one interested philosophically in freedom and another interested in a science of organization. - from the author's Preface

Author: Peter Gibson Friesen
Publisher: Poetic Matrix Press
Published: 08/03/2016
Pages: 244
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.73lbs
Size: 9.02h x 5.98w x 0.51d
ISBN: 9780986060090

About the Author
Friesen, Peter Gibson: - Peter Friesen received his Bachelor of Arts from Williams College in 1978, majoring in Philosophy. He continued to pursue his philosophical interests in Public Administration at the University of Southern California, and a Juris Doctorate at the University of California, Hastings, awarded in 1982. While a student at the University of Southern California he studied with Elliot Jaques and played a major role in the development of the first logical descriptors for cognitive development utilizing an information processing model.

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