In this podcast I interview Andrew Sayer, Professor of Social Theory and Political Economy at the University of Lancaster, about his book Why Things Matter To People. Here’s a link to the book: www.amazon.com/Why-Things-Matter…nce/dp/0521171644 There’s a review I wrote of… Read More ›
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Underlying this book is a simple proposition: things matter to people. As well as the thought and interaction which have been traditional objects of the human sciences, we also evaluate – our relation to the world is one of concern. Andrew Sayer’s book is concerned with drawing… Read More ›
Linda Woodhead and Andrew Sayer from Lancaster University discuss the place of religion in the modern university.
University of Wales, Newport (City Campus) 22 February 2013 | 09:45-16:45 Ethics and Social Theory: The Work of Andrew Sayer Andrew Sayer’s work in critical social science has ranged across political economy, social theory and ethics – combining insights from each, and shedding… Read More ›