1. Introduction: Exhuming Humanism 2. The Phoenix of Humanism 3. A Humanistic Conception of Knowledge and Its Political Implications 4. Beginning with Ends: From Technocratic to Transformative Knowledge 5. The Poverty of Moral Philosophy and the Strength of Sociological `Ethics' 6. The Responsibility for Sociological Hope 7. The Value of a Humanistic Sociology
Marcus Morgan is a Research Associate in the Sociology Department at the University of Cambridge, and a Fellow and College Lecturer at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge. He is the author, with Patrick Baert, of Conflict in the Academy: A Study in the Sociology of Intellectuals.