Des Institutions en Personne: Une sociologie pragmatique en dialogue avec Paul Ricœur

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Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies, ISSN: 2156-7808, Vol: 3, Issue: 1, Page: 11-33

Publication Year:
2012
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Repository URL:
http://ricoeur.pitt.edu/ojs/index.php/ricoeur/article/view/136
DOI:
10.5195/errs.2012.136
Author(s):
Thévenot, Laurent ;
Publisher(s):
University Library System, University of Pittsburgh, Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies
Tags:
Philosophy, Sociology, Institution, Engagement, Pragmatism, Justice, Politics
article description
French so-called sociologie pragmatique is indebted to Ricœur's philosophy on several points. After recalling them, the article focuses on the political and moral sociology which initiated this pragmatist turn. The dialogue with Ricœur firstly developed around theories of justice (Rawls, Walzer, Boltanski and Thévenot) and the author considers its main outlines: pluralism, the legitimacy of judgment, the recognition of authority, politics. A second part of the article builds on the continued relations resulting from the author's new developments of the sociology of engagements. Referring to "Le socius et le prochain" by Ricœur, and relying on sociological observations, the author addresses the issue of institutions and policies expected to become more user-friendly. He confronts the virtue of charity, which Ricœur brings to the fore, to the "art of composition" through which agents are engaged in the good of civic solidarity while engaging in functional tasks and also with the familiar world of personal attachments.

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