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Relational Reason, Morals and Sociality

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Edited By Elżbieta Hałas and Aleksander Manterys

Relational sociology draws attention to non-utilitarian aspects of sociality that reach beyond instrumental rationality, and presents the problem of relational reason. Shaping a civil society under cultural plurality requires reflection upon relational rationality. This book focuses on relational goods as an emergent effect of social relations, focusing on the issue of good life and the Good Society.

The relational approach involves viewing social relations neither as an expression of the system nor as an individual action, but as a human reality in its own right, based on reciprocity.

The authors explore the moral dimensions of sociality in various areas of social life. The aim is to enrich the understanding of relationality and of the significance of the relational theory of society.

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Pierpaolo Donati

The Good Society Is One that Creates Relational Goods

Elisabetta Carrà

Reflexivity: A Crucial Resource for the Challenge of Family Well-Being

Andrzej Szpociński

A Question About the Subject of Social Memory and Common Knowledge About the Past

Michał Łuczewski

Nation as a Primordializing Subject: Florian Znaniecki and the Foundations of Relational Sociology

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