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The Second Primer on the Organization Tier

The Second Primer on the Organization Tier

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The Second Primer on the Organization Tier

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64 pages
30 minutes
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Apr 25, 2015
ISBN:
9781942824046
Format:
Livre

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Why a series of primers?
These primers provide in depth coverage of the nested form constructs in the book: How to Define the Word “Religion”.
Primers 1 and 2 developed the category-based nested forms discussed in “the meaning underlying the word ‘religion’”.
The next several primer address “the presence underlying the word ‘religion’”. This presence can be appreciated through a fully differentiated model of “humans in our current Lebenswelt”. Humans exist in society. Humans organize. Human live as individuals in community. Each of these modes of existence relate to one another as a nested form:
Society( Organization( potential of Individual in Community))
Primer 3 diagrams the individual in community. Primers 4 and 5 present the organization tier. Primer 6 introduces the institution level of the society tier, starting with an example, the family. Primer 7 reviews How Institutions Think (1986) by British anthropologist Mary Douglas.

Éditeur:
Sortie:
Apr 25, 2015
ISBN:
9781942824046
Format:
Livre

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Razie Mah

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7815 U0’

This 8400 word primer concerns the organization tier in a category-based nested form model of the presence underlying the word ‘religion’. Part 2 is on modern economics.

This is the 5th primer in a series on nested form models.

Single quotes and italics are used to group words together.

Table of Contents

Modern Economics

ContentaB becomes an Interscope

Models for the Content Level Interscope

The Local Bakery

The Situation LevelbB becomes ExchangebB

Modern Economic Abstractions

Quality and Need1bB

Exchange and Price2bB

Manner of Exchange or the Market3bB

The Perspective or Assessment LevelcB

The Commodity Fetish

Capital

Conclusions

Modern Economics

0001 Technology allows mass production. In modern businesses, all three levels of the organization tier become oriented to commodities.

This development raises a host of questions.

For example, does ‘the metaphorical ego of the of the upper tierC’ call individuals to become interchangeable components in an organizational scheme?

Absolutely not, these metaphorical egos interpellate the individual according to dispositions evolved in ‘the Lebenswelt that we evolved in’.

0002 Do individuals enter organizations with innate expectations of family, band and tribe, only to find those expectations confounded, leading to their alienation? Do alternate institutions interpellate alienated individuals? Do these alternate institutions harvest alienation in the same way that Marx’s theories harvest resentment? Is alienation the new resentment? If so, does the organization tier of globalization contain, within itself, the seeds of its own negation?

Wow. The modern economies of mass production and international trade are completely different than pre-Revolutionary France and Russia. The Paris of 7590 U0’ had more in common with ancient Uruk than the postmodern Paris of 7800 U0’. The same goes for Moscow.

0003 From 7600 U0’ on, technology-based mass production plus international trade dramatically increased specialization. The empirical sciences were born, furthering our understanding of technology. More specialization followed. From 7750 U0’ on, the computer revolution started. More specialization is destined.

The sciences of material cognition have been conceived. A second singularity, as profound as the first, may soon be underway. God help us!

ContentaB becomes an Interscope

0004 The complexity of the business corporation has increased. Business ‘organizations proper’ (another term for ‘corporation’) have become more transparent. Why? So the owners can see through them, in order to assess causes for flourishing or suffering? Or, so highly specialized operators have guidelines for interacting? There are many motives.

0005 Under these conditions, the content level differentiates into an interscope. This interscope has

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