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Karl Polanyi's Vision of a Socialist Transformation.

Author/Creator:
Brie, Michael.
Publication:
Montreal : Black Rose Books, 2018.
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1 online resource (329 pages)
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Electronic books.
Contents:
Intro
Table of Contents
Introduction by Michael Brie &
Claus Thomasberger
Part 1 - Looking Forward, Looking Back
Freedom of Action and Freedom of Thought by Kari Polanyi Levitt
Part II - Polanyi's Critique in the Age of Neoliberalism
Freedom, Responsibility and the Recognition of the Reality of Society by Claus Thomasberger
Why Two Karls are Better than One by Nancy Fraser
Revisiting "Freedom in a Complex Society" by Ayşe Bugra
Utopianism and the Reality of Society by Margaret R. Somers
"Neoliberal Violence"-An Attempt to Embed Society in the Market by Hüseyin Özel
Part III - The Case for a Socialist Conception of Freedom
Karl Polanyi and the paradoxes of freedom by Gareth Dale
Knowledge, Freedom and Democracy by Paula Valderrama
"Knowledge of Society" as the Basis of Karl Polanyi's Demanding Conception of Freedom by Michele Cangiani
Karl Polanyi and Human Freedom by Fred Block
Polanyi's Concept of Peace in a Complex Society by Chikako Nakayama
Part IV - New Ways of Reframing Socialism
Not the New Deal and Not the Welfare State: Karl Polanyi's Vision of Socialism by Johanna Bockman
Planning for Freedom by Pat Devine
Commoning and the Commons by Marguerite Mendell
Karl Polanyi and the Discussions on a Renewed Socialism by Michael Brie
Part V - Essays by Karl Polanyi
Ideologies in Crisis (Weltanschauungskrise) (1919)
Science and Morality (1920-22)
Being and Thinking (1920-22)
The Science of the Future (1920-22)
On Freedom (1927)
Freedom in a complex society (1957).
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Contributor:
Thomasberger, Claus.
ISBN:
1-55164-639-0
OCLC:
1035216292