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Centre for Research on Social Inclusion

Work and recognition audio

Abstracts from the conference can be found here.

 

Day One

 

John Rundell

 

Work in Societies of Strangers

 

Paper (43 mins) Q&A (39 mins)

 

Paul Redding

 

The Role of Work within the Processes of Recognition in Hegel's Idealism

 

Paper (55 mins) Q&A (32 mins)

 

Axel Honneth, Beate Roessler, Emmanuel Renault, Christophe Dejours

 

Round Table

 

Discussion (69 mins)

 

Axel Honneth

 

Work and Recognition. A Redefinition

 

Paper (69 mins) Q&A (43 mins)

 

 

 

Day Two

 

Geoff Boucher

 

Regulation Theory and the Struggle for Recognition: Notes on Neoconservatism and Integration Crisis

 

Paper (37 mins*) Q&A (35 mins*) *Incomplete

 

Craig MacMillan

 

Recognition Theory and Heterodox Labour Economics: Points Of Contact

 

Paper (68 mins) Q&A (18 mins)

 

Shaun Wilson

 

After the end of work - recognising the role of work in contemporary societies

 

Paper (67 mins) Q&A (5 mins*) *Incomplete

 

Emmanuel Renault

 

The Political Invisibility of Work

 

Paper (51 mins) Q&A (49 mins*) *Incomplete

 

 

 

Day Three

 

Christophe Dejours

 

For a Critical Conception of Work

 

Paper (43 mins) Q&A (44 mins)

 

Jean-Philippe Deranty

 

What is work? Key lessons from the French psychology of work

 

Paper (62 mins)

 

Nicholas Smith

 

Three Normative Models of Work

 

Paper (52 mins) Q&A (28 mins)