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by Niels kerstrm Andersen

Author: Niels kerstrm Andersen
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: The Policy Press (January 29, 2003)
Pages: 135 pages
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Koselleck, Ernesto Laclau and Niklas Luhmann . the ontological priority of the empirical. or the tensions between Luhmann’s different analytical strategies, or the ways in. which these theorists might enrich contemporary debates. I am left feeling Andersen.

Analytical strategy 117 IV Acknowledgements This book presents Michel Foucault, Reinhart Koselleck, Ernesto Laclau and Niklas Luhmann as analytical strategists. There is a reason for this. I have for some years been studying the more fundamental changes in European societies. Trying to capture these fundamental changes, it is easy to become a victim of current self-descriptions and future images in society. Instead of grasping the changes you become a prisoner of the discourse producers of the day and their strategically constructed future images.

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It provides the analytical tools with which students and their teachers can understand the complex and often . It will also be invaluable to anyone looking at the analytical works of Foucault, Koselleck, Laclau and Luhmann.

It provides the analytical tools with which students and their teachers can understand the complex and often conflicting discourses across a range of social science disciplines.

This new and innovative book fills a gap in the growing area of communication and discourse analysis and is unique in bringing four theorists - Foucault, Koselleck, Laclau and Luhmann - together in one slim, easy to digest volume. A best seller in Denmark, this is the first version to be published in English. It is certain to be read widely by an audience of students and researchers internationally for whom it clearly juxtaposes four different theories about society as communication or discourse in regard to their analytical strategies. In particular Andersen focuses on the analysis from a political and social viewpoint, combining theory with practical illustrations; it is this that makes the text so original.