Ismael Al-Amoudi

IsmaelProf. Ismael Al-Amoudi
Grenoble Ecole de Management, Université Grenoble Alpes ComUE, France

Professor Ismael Al-Amoudi has been the Director of the Centre of Social Ontology since 2018. He has written on management, power and normativity in the context of Late Modernity. His research provides philosophical discussions based on empirical investigations. He is also an Associate Editor of the journal Organization.

Publications in the context of CSO’s book series:

Books

w/ Lazega, E. (Eds) (in-press). Post-Human Institutions and Organizations: Confronting the Matrix. London: Routledge.

w/ Morgan, J. (Eds) (2019). Realist Responses to Post-Human Society: ex machina. London: Routledge.

Book chapters

w/ Lazega. E. (in-press). Digital society’s techno-totalitarian matrix. In Al-Amoudi I. and Lazega, E. (Eds.). Post-Human Institutions and Organizations: Confronting the Matrix. London: Routledge.

w/ Latsis, J. (in-press). Anormative black boxes: artificial intelligence and health policy. In Al-Amoudi I. and Lazega E. (Eds.). Post-Human Institutions and Organizations: Confronting the Matrix. London: Routledge.

w/ Morgan, J. (2019). Introduction: Posthumanism in morphogenic societies. In Al-Amoudi I. and Morgan, J. (Eds.). Ex Machina: Realist Responses to Posthuman Society. London: Routledge.

(2019). Management and dehumanization in Late Modernity. In Al-Amoudi I. and Morgan, J. (Eds.). Ex Machina: Realist Responses to Posthuman Society. London: Routledge.

(2017). Reflexivity in a just Morphogenic society: a sociological contribution to political philosophy. In Archer, MS (Ed.) Social Morphogenesis and Human Flourishing. New York: Springer.

(2015). In letter and in spirit: social morphogenesis and the interpretation of codified rules. In Archer MS (ed.) Morphogenesis & the Crisis of Normativity. New York: Springer.

with Latsis, J. (2015). ‘Death contested: morphonecrosis and conflicts of interpretation’ in Archer, M.S. (ed.) Generative Mechanisms Transforming the Social Order. New York: Springer.

(2014). ‘Morphogenesis and Normativity: problems the former creates for the latter’ in Archer, MS (ed.) Late Modernity: Trajectories towards Morphogenic Society, pp.193-219. New York: Springer.

(2013). ‘Authority’s hidden network: obligations, roles and the morphogenesis of authority’ in Archer, M.S. (Ed.), Social Morphogenesis, pp.187-204. New York: Springer.

Other publications since the creation of CSO (2012)

Full papers in peer-reviewed journals

w/ Foroughi, H. (in-press). Collective forgetting in a changing organization: when memories become unusable and uprooted. Organization Studies. Journal’s 5 yrs impact factor: 5.03.

w/ Lindebaum, D. and Brown, V. (2018). Does leadership development need to care about neuroethics? Academy of Management Learning and Education. 17(1), pp. 96-109. Journal’s 5 yrs impact factor: 4.24. ABS 4.

w/ Latsis, J. (2017). The limits of ontological critique: from judgmental rationality to justification. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 41(5), pp. 1303-21. Journal’s 5 yrs impact factor: 2.22.

w/ Edwards, T., O’Mahoney, H and O’Mahoney, J. (2017). De/humanisation and critical realism. Journal of Critical Realism. 16(4), pp. 349-52. Journal’s 5 yrs impact factor: NA.

w/ O’Mahoney, J. and O’Mahoney H. (2017). How can the loggerhead sea-turtle survive? Exploring the journeys of the caretta caretta using ant and critical realism. Organization. 24(6), pp. 781-99. Journal’s 5 yrs impact factor: 3.68.

w/ Varman, R. (2016). Accumulation through dispossession: How corporate violence remains unchecked. Human Relations. 69(10), pp. 1909-35. Journal’s 5 yrs impact factor: 4.35.

w/ Latsis, J. (2014). The Arbitrariness and Normativity of Social Conventions. British Journal of Sociology, 65(2), pp.358-78.  Journal’s 5 yrs impact factor: 2.80.

w/ Blanc, S. M.-A. (2013). Corporate institutions in a declining welfare state. A Rawlsian perspective. Business Ethics Quarterly, 23 (4), pp. 497-525. Journal’s 5 yrs impact factor: 3.96.

Book chapter(s)

w/ Lindebaum, D. and Brown, V. (in-press). ‘Murder They Said’: A Content Analysis and Further Ethical Reflection on the Application of Neuroscience in Management. In Martineau, J.T. (Ed.) Organizational Neuroethics. Springer.

w/ O’Mahoney, J. (2016). Ontology: philosophical discussions and implications for organization studies. In Mir, R., Greenwood, M. & Willmott, H. The Routledge Companion to Philosophy in Organization Studies. London: Routledge.

Book review(s)

Review of Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. Organization Studies. 39(7): 995-8. Journal’s 5 yrs impact factor: 5.03. Number of reads: 15,000 (Research Gate).

4 thoughts on “Ismael Al-Amoudi”

  1. Hi Ismael

    I was in touch years ago with Margaret and Roy in the context of our work on Integral Research, which we apply across the world, especially in Africa and the Middle East. I am assuming form your name that you come from the Arab/Islamic world, and we would love to see critical realism rooted in that part of the world
    Look forward to hearing from you

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  2. Dear Professor Lessem,
    I’ve only just discovered CSO and this website, so excuse my ignorance of the history these share. I read your message as a wish ‘to see CR rooted’ in Africa and the Middle East, as perhaps the wish that CR is seen AS rooted in the Middle East, and even further back to its Vedic, Buddhist, Taoist contexts.

    I regret that like so many messages, this may be ‘lost in translation’, and we end up in a mess, and shooting the messengers, unable to identify messiah!!

    With best wishes,
    Maureen

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