Morphogenesis and human flourishing

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Chapter 1. Introduction; Margaret S. Archer -- Part I. What is Human Flourishing and On What It Depend? -- Chapter 2. Human Flourishing and Human Morphogenesis: A Critical Realist Interpretation and Critique -- Chapter 3. Some Reservations about Flourishing; Douglas V. Porpora -- Chapter 4. Reflexivity in a Just Morphogenic Society: A Sociological Contribution to Political Philosophy; Ismael Al-Amoudi -- Chapter 5. The Morphogenic Society as Source and Challenge for Human Fulfillment; Andrea M. Maccarini -- Part II. Does the Intensification of Morphogenesis Promote or Impede Eudaimonia? -- Chapter 6. Does Intensive Morphogenesis Foster Human Capacities or Liabilities?; Maragaret S. Archer -- Chapter 7. What Does a 'Good Life' Mean in a Morphogenic Society? The Viewpoint of Relational Sociology; Pierpaolo Donati -- Chapter 8. Flourishing or Fragmenting Amidst Variety: And the Digitalization of the Archive; Mark Carrigan -- Chapter 9. Corporations, Taxations and Responsibility: Practical and Onto-Analytical Issues for Morphogenesis and Eudaimonia: A Posse ad Esse?; Jaime Morgan and William Sun -- Part III. Social Institutions and the Good Life -- Chapter 10. Networks and Commons: Bureaucracy, Collegiality and Organizational Morphogenesis in the Struggles to Shape New Sharing Institutions; Emmanuel Lazega -- Chapter 11. Eudaimonic Bubbles, Social Change and the NHS; Tony Lawson -- Chapter 12. The Will to Be: Human Flourishing and the Good International Society; Colin Wright -- Chapter 13. Creating Common Good: The Global Sustainable Information Society as the Good Society; Wolfgang Hofkirchner.
This book, the last volume in the Social Morphogenesis series, examines whether or not a Morphogenic society can foster new modes of human relations that could exercise a form of ‘relational steering’, protecting and promoting a nuanced version of the good life for all. It analyses the way in which the intensification of morphogenesis and the diminishing of morphostasis impact upon human flourishing. The book links intensified morphogenesis to promoting human flourishing based on the assumption that new opportunities open up novel experiences, skills, and modes of communication that appeal to talents previously lacking any outlet or recognition. It proposes that equality of opportunity would increase as ascribed characteristics diminished in importance, and it could be maintained as the notion of achievement continued to diversify. Digitalization has opened the cultural ‘archive’ for more to explore and, as it expands exponentially, so do new complementary compatibilities whose development foster yet further opportunities. If more people can do more of what they do best, these represent stepping stones towards the ‘good life’ for more of them.
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generalnotes This book, the last volume in the Social Morphogenesis series, examines whether or not a Morphogenic society can foster new modes of human relations that could exercise a form of ‘relational steering’, protecting and promoting a nuanced version of the good life for all. It analyses the way in which the intensification of morphogenesis and the diminishing of morphostasis impact upon human flourishing. The book links intensified morphogenesis to promoting human flourishing based on the assumption that new opportunities open up novel experiences, skills, and modes of communication that appeal to talents previously lacking any outlet or recognition. It proposes that equality of opportunity would increase as ascribed characteristics diminished in importance, and it could be maintained as the notion of achievement continued to diversify. Digitalization has opened the cultural ‘archive’ for more to explore and, as it expands exponentially, so do new complementary compatibilities whose development foster yet further opportunities. If more people can do more of what they do best, these represent stepping stones towards the ‘good life’ for more of them.
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