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Traces de l’héritage théologique de la pensée managériale : le corps à l’épreuve de la gestion

Abstract : The practice and criticism of management as a method of governing individual behavior can be enriched by historical retrospective. Therefore, this article proposes to bring to light the hidden memory of management philosophy. This historical perspective leads to underline the human body’s central role in managerial apparatus. Finally, Critical Iconology and Visual studies appear to be effective to study how, in order to assert its power, management uses a double image of the human body, an idea inherited from the medieval theory of images.
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Joan Le Goff. Traces de l’héritage théologique de la pensée managériale : le corps à l’épreuve de la gestion. Économies et sociétés. Série KC, Études critiques en management, ISMEA, 2012. ⟨hal-02918589⟩

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