4 edition of The philosophy of the labor movement found in the catalog.
The philosophy of the labor movement
George E. McNeill
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 40074.|
|Contributions||Gompers, Samuel, 1850-1924|
|The Physical Object|
The labor theory of property (also called the labor theory of appropriation, labor theory of ownership, labor theory of entitlement, or principle of first appropriation) is a theory of natural law that holds that property originally comes about by the exertion of labor upon natural resources. The theory has been used to justify the homestead principle, which holds that one may gain . Organized labor, rooted in industries such as steel and heavy machinery, has had trouble responding to these changes. Unions prospered in the years immediately following World War II, but in later years, as the number of workers employed in the traditional manufacturing industries has declined, union membership has : Mike Moffatt.
Meardi Labour movements & labour unions labour unionism and labour movement (using the two terms interchangeably), distinguishing it from the bureaucratic aspects of trade unionism and the non-union forms of labour movement. The latter will be indicated as worker movement, a broader social concept including the social, political and cul-File Size: KB. This work on the philosophy of science covers a wide range of topics, including “Mechanicalism and Teleology,” “Time and Space,” “Man’s Divinity,” “Mark Twain’s Philosophy,” “La Mettrie’s View of Man as a Machine.”.
Labor Studies Nature and Science Cultural Studies Health and Medicine Literature, Literary Criticism, and Poetry Philosophy Religion New York State Education New and recent books published in the field of international studies by Cornell University Press and its imprints. View the PDF or the Issuu version. the labor movement. "Why" and "how" are usually closely related queries to which, in the case of the labor movement, answers were first sought in the intellectual disci-plines of philosophy, history, and econom-ics. Later, the newer disciplines of psy-'For an account of early postwar develop-ments, see Colston E. Warne, ed., Labor in.
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A “philosophy of labor,” really getting to the heart of the labor movement as a social institution, would be of very considerable value in illumining the structure and functioning of modern democratic society.
Such a philosophy Frank Tannenbaum attempts to establish in this brief but important work. TRADE-UNIONISM is the conservative movement of our time.
It is the counterrevolution. Unwittingly, it has turned its back upon most of the political and economic ideas that have nourished western Europe and the United States during the last two centuries. The text's major divisions consider the labor movement as an agent of revolution, as a business institution, as an agent of industrial reform, as a psychological reaction to industrialism, as a.
The philosophy of the labor movement. [Frederic A Hinckley] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
Create Book\/a>, bgn:Microform\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>. Labor Movement How Migration Regulates Labor Markets Harald Bauder. In Labor Movement, Bauder attacks the conventional view of international migration as a function of spatial economic inequalities, and shows that social, cultural, legal and institutional processes, rather than the invisible hand of the market, shape migration patterns and labor market outcomes.
Arguing that the decline in union membership and bargaining power is linked to rising income inequality, this important book traces the evolution of labor law in America from the first labor-law case in through the passage of right-to-work legislation in Michigan and Indiana in Cited by: 3.
Buy The philosophy of the labor movement: A paper read before the International Labor Congress, Chicago, Ill., September, by George E McNeill (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : George E McNeill.
This guide includes the best philosophy books from throughout history. Including quick summaries for beginners of modern philosophy books, eastern philosophy, western philosophy and more. Read the Top 21 Philosophy Books of All Time!Missing: labor movement.
The Settlement House Movement based their emphasis on C. adequate functioning families making transitions The first federal social welfare agency which provided a comprehensive set of services including food, clothing, and medical supplies was established by Congress in A.
Philip Randolph was the most important civil rights leader to emerge from the labor movement. Throughout his long career, he consistently kept the interests of black workers at the forefront of. The traditionally bifurcated approach pursued by the U.S.
labor movement—bargaining on one hand, political action on the other—is failing on every level. Most importantly, these campaigns have begun the work of radically re-imagining and redefining the goals and mission of unions. Haymarket Books: books for changing the world. The Class Strikes Back examines case studies of twenty-first-century workers’ struggles from both the Global North and South, highlighting the stories of workers fighting to organize and join democratic and independent unions.
Book Title Author(s) Total References; The War on Labor and the Left: Understanding America's Unique Conservatism: Sexton, Patricia Cayo: 6: The River Ran Red: Demarest, David: 6: Selling Free Enterprise: The Business Assault on Labor and Liberalism, Fones-Wolf, Elizabeth: 5: The Battle for Homestead, Politics, Culture and.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: labor movement. The labor bureaucrats have as little regard for philosophy as the university mandarins have for the labor movement.
They are equally narrow-minded. Philosophy is not a purely intellectual exercise dealing with some cuckoo land or locked up in the minds of Ph.D.’s. Overview of the Knights of Labor, the first important national labor organization in the United States, founded in Named the Noble Order of the Knights of Labor by its first leader, Uriah Smith Stephens, it originated as a secret organization meant to protect its members from employer retaliations.
(April, ). Unlike scientific theories of the labor movement, philosophies of labor are interested less in the external effects of trade unionism upon the community than in its moral implications and the cluster of values in fact represented by it.
See, for example, C. Delisle Burns, The Philosophy of Labor (London: George Allen & Unwin. A Philosophy of Software Design is a good book, but not a great one. But it's one of the only books of its kind out there.
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Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Allan by: 2. This post features twenty of our favorite books, from picture books to young adult novels to adult historical fiction, focused on the involvement of girls and women in labor movement struggles.
For more books about labor issues, visit our collection of books about Work & Labor in our Social Issues book section. Philosophy of physical activity involves reflection on both tangible and intangible objects in ways that provide insights into the nature and value of these phenomena.
The validity and reliability of reflection range from opinions and highly speculative assertions to claims that are likely to be true.
The goal of this text is to present philosophy to newcomers as a living discipline with historical roots. While a few early chapters are historically organized, the goal in the historical chapters is to trace a developmental progression of thought that introduces basic philosophical methods and frames issues that remain relevant today.
Later chapters are topically organized/5(2).In Gilded Age America, rampant inequality gave rise to a new form of Christianity, one that sought to ease the sufferings of the poor not simply by saving their souls, but by transforming society.
In Union Made, Heath W. Carter advances a bold new interpretation of the origins of American Social Christianity.States—by virtue of its membership in the International Labor Organization (ILO)—is obligated “to respect, to promote and to * Research Scholar, Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, University of Maryland.
Doctorate, Philosophy, Oxford, Author of four books, most recently The New Progressive.