On institutions and power
deconstruction and an alternative
Social and political institutions, it is generally agreed, are "practical necessities" for human existence. If this is indeed the case, as I will assume, then philosophical positions which misconstrue them and the power exercised in and by them or misjudge how we should deal with them are seriously flawed.
Dauenhauer, B. (1991). On institutions and power: deconstruction and an alternative, in Elements of responsible politics, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 207-226.
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