By Nathan Harter
Analyzing approximately management is like jogging via a dense wooded area. The literature is going in such a lot of diversified instructions someone can turn into misplaced. hence, management stories fight for tutorial credibility whereas attempting to carry a few type of order to this attention-grabbing, advanced, and significant social phenomenon. permit Nathan Harter be the consultant.
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John Stuart Mill put it this way: “an approximate generalisation is, in social inquiries, for most practical purposes equivalent to an exact one” (1988, p. 34). Sigmund Freud made a similar remark: “It is actually a sign of a scientific mode of thought to find satisfaction in these approximations to certainty and to be able to pursue constructive work further in spite of the absence of final confirmation” (quoted in Mazlish, 1990, p. 22). Science proceeds in the short term at the expense of concrete and individual nuances, those “stubborn facts” that Pascal once said have the power to destroy any general proposition (Friedrich & Blitzer, 1957, p.
Otherwise, if we are tempted to treat our concepts as reality (and worse, an unchanging reality), then gradually the correspondence between the two will crack, break apart, and eventually make no sense whatsoever (pp. 218f ). James insisted: “Reality, life experience, concreteness, immediacy, use what word you will, exceeds our logic, overflows and surrounds it” (p. 212). “The whole process of life is due to life’s violation of our logical axioms” (p. 257). With a wry grin, he also wrote that our intelligence “must at any cost keep on speaking terms with the universe that engendered it” (p.
Because that is true, Schütz argued that there are multiple realities. Experience tells us as much. Nonetheless, he agreed with Peirce that there is a paramount reality, “one objective world, the universe within which we all live as psycho-physical beings, within which we work and think, the intersubjective life-world which is pregiven to all of us as the paramount reality from which all the other forms of reality are derived” (1945/1962, pp. 251f ). , p. 237, quoting Principles of Psychology II:289).
Clearings in the Forest: Methods for Studying Leadership by Nathan Harter