Reference : La sociologie de Max Scheler : une ressource phénoménologique pour un régime d’action ph...
Scientific journals : Article
Social & behavioral sciences, psychology : Sociology & social sciences
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/17821
La sociologie de Max Scheler : une ressource phénoménologique pour un régime d’action philia au cœur de l’économie solidaire
French
[en] The sociology of Max Scheler : a phenomenological contribution for a philia regime of action within social entrepreneurship
Frère, Bruno mailto [Université de Liège - ULg > Institut des sciences humaines et sociales > Sociologie des identités contemporaines >]
2006
Social Sciences Information = Information sur les Sciences Sociales
SAGE Publications
45
4
561-599
Yes (verified by ORBi)
International
0539-0184
London
United Kingdom
[en] action regime, fair trade, local exhange and trading system, mindset, phenomenology, pragmatic sociology, solidarity finance systems, third sector
[en] The present paper has a double goal. Firstly, it tries to rediscover a little used sociological system (Max Scheler’s). Secondly, it tries to propose a thematic analysis of the third sector actors’ justifications with a specific action regime (also not much discussed). These attempts merge very fast because this retrospective becomes the limits of this very (particular?) regime. It formalizes the search for social bonds in the third sector engagement. The latter could be understood as a search for philia – in the vocabulary of the regimes of action sociology – or a sympathy search – in the vocabulary of Max Scheler’s. This search for social bonds appears as a strong opposition to “capitalist mind set (Capitalistich Geist)”.
service de sociologie des identités conteporaines (groupe de sociologie politique et morale EHESS Paris)
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http://hdl.handle.net/2268/17821

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