Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 10 of 79 items :

  • "universalism and particularism" x
Clear All

Conclusion: 9 Universalism and Particularism in Elite Organization Dramaturgical Strategies: A Comparative Scheme Closure in Open Systems The Utilitarian in the Moral Sponsored Recruitment under Equality of Opportunity Small Scale Culture for Large Scale Organization Rational Ideology in Non-Rational Culture Heuristic Pluralism The discussion in the last part of the book gives only a glimpse of the ubiquity, intensity, variety, and dynamic na- ture of elite cultural performances, and of their continuous dialectic with changing economic and political

Japanese Film Theory and Realism in a Global Frame
FREE ACCESS

Leadership Process Dramaturgical Techniques Sociocultural Dynamics Conclusion: Universalism and Particularism in Elite Organization 216 Dramaturgical Strategies: A Comparative Scheme Closure in Open Systems The Utilitarian in the Moral Sponsored Recruitment under Equality of Opportunity Small Scale Culture for Large Scale Organization Rational Ideology in Non-Rational Culture Heuristic Pluralism Bibliography 239 Author Index 247 Subject Index 249 xi

FREE ACCESS

224 Factors Affecting Advocacy 227 Policy Implications 2 31 12. The Service Provider Role 233 Primary Provider 235 C O N T H N T S xi Complementary Service Provision 236 Supplementary Service Provision 242 Universalism and Particularism 247 The Dilemmas of Gap-Filling 250 Toward a Reformulation of Governmental- Voluntary Relationships 251 Rirt IV: Conclusions 13. The Distinctive Competence and Vulnerability of the Voluntary Agency 257 Basic Characteristics 258 Four Unique Functions 259 Vulnerabilities 265 Three Recommendations 267 14. Alternative

are conscripted to qualify things. By usage, conversion has come to be admissible in the case of terms that delimit one another by mutual predication, as with species, defini- tion, and property. "Finite" and "infinite" are terms that have been applied to names and verbs to designate their qualities; but since these terms were originally derived from things, it is by no means unfitting for them to be brought back home from their wandering, so to speak, so that a thing may also conversely218 be called "finite" or "infinite." The terms "universal" and

, 76–79, 83–85, 87, 88–90, 92, 117, 118, 96, 102, 120, 121–122, 142n21, 146n19, 148n9 USSR, 3, 16, 42, 44, 61–63, 79, 142n19. See also cold war utopia, 15, 37, 39, 44, 59. See also culture and dialectic of real and ideal universalism, 4–6, 18, 32–33, 59, 61–65, 83–84, 96–107, 115–118, 123. See also culture and dialectic of universal and particular Valentine, Charles A., 64 Vietnam War, 66, 79, 81 160 | Index Wald, Priscilla, 76 Wallerstein, Immanuel, 65–66, 89, 143n26 War of the Worlds radio broadcast, 52 war on terror. See terrorism War on Poverty, 63

particularism, in Creole elite culture, 29, 125, 129-136, 139, 146, 148-149, 155; in dramatic rituals in education, 256 Subject Index 187-200 passim, role of women in, 8 0 - 8 1 Universalism and particularism in elite culture and organization, xiii, xv-xvi, 1 26- 127 , 129> 2 1 6 - 2 3 7 ; of state elites, 89 University of Durham, 196, 197, 198 University of Sierra Leone, 159, 194, 195-196 Utilitarian and moral relationships, 2 2 2 - 2 2 5 "Village at the top," 142, 227; de- fined, 128 Villages: Creoles in, 41, 49; land 'n. 52. 53 Voting: power of

, 21, 215, 257; ideology of the metropolis, 37, 238, 252–53, 255, 257; interwar period and, 3, 6, 12, 13–14, 105, 142, 179, 236–37, 238, 252, 253–54; universalism and particularism encompassed in, 191, 204, 238; urban futurism, 190–91, 204, 254–55. See also urban biographies; urban-centrism; urban expansionism; urbanization city parks, 101, 162, 207, 227 city planning, 23, 42, 105, 110–11, 125–26, 203, 240, 255–56; City Planning Law (toshi keikaku hō) of 1923, 101; city planning movement, 83, 101, 108–9, 115, 134, 142, 196, 203–4 Colonization Bureau, 162

offers more eloquent testimony of the mutual implication of enlightenment and myth'. Their hope is to reveal the 'primal pow- ers' celebrated in the poem, display its concerns with domination and exploitation, and show how, since the beginning of Western thought, the struggle for self-preservation and autonomy has been linked to sacrifice, renunciation and repression. Within the Ger- man idealist tradition the Homeric tale was often thought to anti- cipate or portray an ideal unity of subject and object, culture and nature, universal and particular. For Horkheimer

methodologically, to incorporate eventual (especially late twen- tieth century) discoveries in psychology, evolutionary biology, neuroscience, and genetics, all of which operate comfortably at the interface of universal and particular humanity. Finally, it fostered—as a supposed alternative to uni- versalism—the doctrine of cultural relativism, which, carried to its logical conclusion, glorifies the very incomparability of cultures. Such cultural insu- larity is, in our view, a fantasy, but it has contributed to what has become a very real intellectual insularity among cultural