La société industrielle d’Aron et Galbraith : des regards croisés pour une vision convergente ?

Abstract : This paper provides a comparative study of Raymond Aron’s and John Kenneth Galbraith’s analysis of the Industrial Society. The aim of the article is to show that despites obvious differences, which are contextual, disciplinary and methodological, both develop a convergent vision of post-war society. Our study leads on the one hand to catch specificities of their respective thoughts and on the other to deal with the intellectual spirit of the era they belong to. The relationship between the so-called thesis of the Managerial Revolution, the idea of the end of ideology, the idea of the institutionalization of social conflicts and convergence theories is demonstrated. The paper ends with Aron’s and Galbraith’s analysis of the concept of power, which is at the heart of their critical vision of the Industrial Society.
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Alexandre Chirat. La société industrielle d’Aron et Galbraith : des regards croisés pour une vision convergente ?. Cahiers d'Economie Politique = Papers in political economy, L'Harmattan, 2019, 2019/1 (76), pp.47-87. ⟨10.3917/cep.076.0047⟩. ⟨halshs-02182696⟩

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