Index

Interdisciplinary Dialogues on Organizational Paradox: Learning from Belief and Science, Part A

ISBN: 978-1-80117-184-7, eISBN: 978-1-80117-183-0

ISSN: 0733-558X

Publication date: 8 July 2021

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(2021), "Index", Bednarek, R., e Cunha, M.P., Schad, J. and Smith, W.K. (Ed.) Interdisciplinary Dialogues on Organizational Paradox: Learning from Belief and Science, Part A (Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Vol. 73a), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 203-206. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0733-558X2021000073a017

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INDEX

Abrahamic faiths
, 101

Adaptation theories
, 200

Affordance theories
, 200

Afrocentric philosophical tradition
, 30–31, 34–41

Afrocentric view
, 34

Ambidexterity
, 6, 69, 85

Anthropocene
, 153

Artificial intelligence
, 138, 143–144, 177

Asymmetrical balancing
, 65–66

Awareness
, 35, 43, 142–143, 147, 166

Becoming
, 16, 36, 78, 80–81

Bible

Biblical scriptures
, 78

Biblical texts
, 76

“Both/and” system
, 53–57, 60–62

Boundaries
, 96–97, 107–108, 182, 189

organizational
, 18

planetary
, 153–155

Bridged paradox
, 67

Chinese philosophy
, 16, 101

Christian belief system
, 16, 76

Christianity
, 76–77, 120

Climate change
, 4, 7, 17, 19, 153–156, 159–166

Cognitive sensemaking abilities
, 165

Coincidence of opposites
, 117–118

Collective paradoxical disposition
, 43–44

Confucianism
, 6, 33–34, 56

Consensus building
, 35, 44

Constitutive approach
, 132–133

Contextual ambidexterity
, 61, 175

Contingency

theory
, 4

for threshold via three operating mechanisms
, 65–67

Contradictions
, 114, 195–196

conditions producing shifts
, 196–198

processes
, 196–198

Corporate leaders
, 155–156, 166

Creative tension
, 85, 88, 90, 117

Curvilinear balancing
, 65, 67

Deity
, 77, 97–98, 101

Deparadoxization
, 199

Dialectical theory
, 199

Digital disruption
, 172–173, 187

Digital paradoxes
, 195, 198

Digital technologies
, 172, 174, 186

Digitalization
, 176, 186

contexts
, 187

of music distribution
, 180–184

Digitizing
, 175, 181–182, 185

Disciplines to advance paradox research
, 9–21

Disruptive digital innovations
, 181

Diverse interpretations
, 16, 97, 103–104

Double-binds
, 78

Duality
, 52, 57, 134

duality-oriented understanding of reality
, 16

duality-rooted balance
, 57

effects
, 60–61

scholars
, 62

wave-particle
, 55

Eastern epistemological system, unique features of
, 55–58

Eastern epistemology of Yin-Yang balancing
, 54–62

Eastern philosophy of wisdom
, 52

unique features of
, 54–55

“Either/or” system
, 53–57, 60–62

Elastic hybridity
, 104

Embeddedness of opposites in narrative of two trees
, 84–85

Epistemic communities
, 79

Formal logic
, 18, 32–33, 47, 53

Garden of Eden
, 16, 76, 80–82

Gemeinschaft
, 41–42

Geocentric metaperspective
, 62

Gesellschaft
, 41–42

Global shocks
, 161

Gödel’s theorems
, 56

Golden rule of balanced harmony
, 67

“Good vs. evil” paradox
, 81, 118

Grand challenges
, 4–5, 7, 19, 152

Health
, 7, 32, 42, 159–160

Heterogeneity
, 106

Holocene
, 153

Hybridity
, 6, 41, 44

methods for managing
, 104

Icarus paradox
, 21

Industry arrangements
, 18, 173, 176, 180, 182–183, 186

Information systems (IS)
, 12, 17–18, 174

Inherent approach
, 130–133

Interdisciplinary research
, 5

Interdisciplinary theorizing, benefits and challenges of
, 8–9

Interinstitutional systems
, 105–107

Intersubjectivity
, 43

Intra-action
, 63–64, 134

Irrational coexistence
, 30

Islam
, 11, 16, 96–97, 105, 118–120

Jouissance
, 88

Judaism
, 76–77, 118

Judeo-Christian faiths
, 76

Judeo-Christian foundational narratives
, 77

Knotted paradoxes of temporal becoming
, 82–84

Knowledge, The
, 176–178

Latency
, 131, 133–135, 196, 199

Leadership
, 46, 87, 96–97, 100, 102–103, 107–108, 174

Legitimacy
, 31, 89–90, 197

Logic
, 13, 33, 85, 185

of differentiation and integration
, 9

European binary
, 39

formal
, 18, 32

Logical paradoxes
, 175, 196

London taxicabs
, 176–180

Machine learning
, 143–144

Managerial sensemaking frames
, 141–142

Measurement
, 135–138

composition of organizing teams
, 139–140

evolution of managerial sensemaking frames
, 141–142

material objects in organizing
, 138–139

Meta-paradox
, 67

Meta-physics
, 134

Metatriangulation
, 8–9

Modernity
, 105, 119

Mosaic web browsers
, 181

Multi-triangulation
, 9

Multiplexity for knot with third element beyond dyad
, 67–68

Multiplicity
, 8, 41, 44, 82–83, 108, 116

Music industry
, 173, 181–184, 188, 195

Mutual embeddedness of opposites
, 84–86

implications of mutual embeddedness of opposites for paradox in organizations
, 85–86

research to theorize implications of
, 89–90

Mutual exclusivity of opposing poles
, 84–86

Mysterium tremendum et fascinans
, 115–116

Needs-based motivation theories
, 88

Negation of negation
, 33

Nitrogen
, 153, 155, 159

Organization
, 96–97, 100, 196

Organization theory
, 4, 8, 147

Organizational identity
, 88

Organizational inquiry, contributions of paradoxes of religious experience to
, 120–123

Organizational paradox
, 130

implications for interdisciplinary inquiry of
, 147–148

quantum approach to
, 131–137

Orthodoxy
, 31

Otherness
, 41

“Ought versus is” paradox
, 16, 78–81, 87, 91

Paradox
, 30, 32–34, 76–77, 107–108, 174–184

bookended by world of being
, 82

of change
, 172

of control
, 172

engaging with
, 97–100

as foundational to Christian world views
, 78

frontier
, 67

implications for responding to
, 145–146

as mutual embeddedness vs. mutual exclusivity of opposing poles
, 84–86

“ought versus is” paradox
, 79–81

scholarship
, 198–200

sources
, 100–106

world of paradox
, 81–84

Paradox theory
, 4–8, 195–196, 198–199

belief realm
, 10–11

realm of expression
, 14–15

realm of physical systems
, 12

realm of social structures
, 13

Paradoxical tensions
, 6, 17–18, 20, 80, 90, 100, 102, 106, 119, 132, 135–137, 139–142, 144–146, 152, 157, 160–161, 174–176, 188–189

Partial integration
, 55, 57, 62–65

Partial separation
, 55, 57, 62–65

Philosophy
, 4, 8, 31, 35

Planetary boundaries
, 152–156, 165

Planetary Boundaries Framework
, 153

Planetary emergency
, 151, 198

collectively making sense
, 164–166

embedded view of planetary emergency shocks
, 157–162

framework for navigating paradoxical tensions
, 163–167

implications of planetary emergency for paradox thinking
, 162–163

leveraging paradoxical view
, 166–167

organizational perspective
, 155–156

across spatial and temporal scales
, 164

sustainability paradoxes
, 156–157

Platforms
, 185, 187

digital
, 179

economics
, 187

Platformization
, 187

Plato’s construction of reality
, 80

Plurality
, 103, 106, 116, 132, 179 (see also Duality)

Possible-impossible aporias
, 45

Potentiality
, 17, 134–135, 142–143, 145–148

Preparedness
, 130–131, 142–148

Principle of complementarity
, 61

Probability
, 134

awareness and preparedness
, 142–143

management
, 142

recognition of configurations
, 143–145

wave functions
, 134–135

Psychoanalysis
, 88

Psychological contract
, 88

Psychology
, 4–5, 8

Quantum approach
, 130–131, 133–137

to organizational paradox
, 131–137

to paradox
, 17

Quantum mechanics
, 133–134, 195–196, 198

Quantum physics
, 17, 54–55, 61, 63, 133

Recognition of configurations
, 143–145

Religion
, 76–77, 96–97, 102, 107–108, 114–115

engaging with
, 97–100

paradoxical assertions characteristic of
, 115–119

Religiosity
, 35

Religious experience

to organizational inquiry
, 120–123

paradoxical dimensions of
, 113–114

Rhythms
, 15, 122

Sacred
, 114–115, 123

judgment
, 100

power
, 116

scripture
, 101

Salience
, 17, 131–132, 135–137, 139, 142

Scripture
, 102–103

biblical
, 78

Christian
, 117

Judeo-Christian
, 82

sacred
, 101

Seed for overlap partial separation and integration
, 62–65

Shared value
, 39

Social paradoxes
, 97, 175

Societal relationships
, 105–106

Society
, 7, 18, 41, 46, 172

communal understanding
, 37

of organizations
, 77

Socio-material contexts
, 136–137

Socio-materiality
, 138

Sociology
, 8–9

Soil health
, 159

Structuration theory
, 56, 199

Sublation
, 53–54, 60, 68

Superposition
, 12, 17, 64–65, 133–136

Sustainability
, 6, 103, 137, 155–158

corporate
, 165

environmental
, 138

paradox perspective
, 152

paradoxes
, 156–157

social dimensions
, 154

System-level embedded paradoxes
, 185

Taarud
, 98, 120

Taiji symbol
, 107

Tao
, 34, 55

Temporal becoming
, 82

Temporality
, 80, 82–83

Tensions
, 4–7, 154

nature
, 185–187

strategies for managing
, 187–190

Theorizing
, 4, 9

Third space of paradox theorizing
, 44–45

“Too-much-of-a-good-thing” effect
, 67

Transcendence
, 53, 60, 100–101, 108

Transitional balancing
, 65–66

Uberization
, 176–180

Ubuntu
, 31, 119

Afrocentric approach
, 32

Afrocentric philosophical tradition
, 34–41

implications
, 41–45

limitations and avenues for future research
, 45–46

paradox and west–east philosophical traditions
, 32–34

UN General Assembly
, 151–152

UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
, 155

Visuality
, 139

Well-being
, 7

human
, 155, 159, 165–166

risks to long-term
, 152

social
, 40

West–east philosophical traditions
, 32–34

Western epistemological systems, limitations of
, 52–54

Working through
, 41, 156–157

Yin-Yang balancing
, 34, 52, 120

Eastern epistemology of
, 54–62

holistic and dynamic process
, 65

limitations of Western epistemological systems
, 52–54

new directions for future research
, 62–68