By M. Kostera
This e-book is the 3rd quantity in a trilogy on fantasy making in organizing specializes in delusion in daily organizational existence. The legendary narratives offered during this quantity function metaphors of an organizational factor which may take thought from or be greater understood in the course of the fable to bare an archetypal size of organizing and businesses.
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It is his mission to slay the Medusa and he is clearly the hero of the tale. Yet the Medusa represents what cannot be killed off by mere will. The fact that her severed head wields power after her death indicates an appreciation of the idea that evil is neither reducible nor so readily destructible. Like the Glenn Close character in Adrian Lyne’s 1987 film Fatal Attraction, the Medusa is indestructible. Blind In 1990 Derrida was invited to curate an exhibition of drawings and paintings for the Louvre.
Of course they know that this is wrong and immoral. But, what the he--, life is too short and it sucks, so . . I also think that we can trace this in the culture of mediocracy that depicts many organizations ( Jackall, 1988). Really, why should we try to excel? Why should we put in extra hours and/or aim for highest quality – really? In the everyday work life of employees I am not at all sure that there is an answer. God of Thunder In 1976, the heavy metal group Kiss released the album Destroyer.
117). Seen in this way, the therapeutic quest of the organization is concerned with framing but the consequences of this are the paralyzing effects of blindness, a loss of sight, of sa-voir. The problem is, of course, that it is impossible to know how to begin to reflect on these issues (see Irigaray, 1985). An organization fit for heroes In privileging constructions over physicality, the organization comes to reproduce itself in theoretical articulations – as paradigms and matrices – and to understand itself in metaphysical terms as the product of its own reproduction.
Mythical Inspirations for Organizational Realities (v. 3) by M. Kostera