Richard Sennett writes about the sociology of crafts, in terms of the social relationship between craftsman and the outside society (versus the machine); between craftsman and apprentices (tacit transfer of knowledge, blueprint and originality e.g.); between the thinking and making parts of the craftsman (innovation, problem solving and problem finding)
What are the solutions that Richard Sennett propose? Or are there any?
Moll-Murata writes about the history of Chinese guilds, its local definition and variations from European models, its formation, organisation, economic functions and relationship to the political structures at different times.
苏南传统公所建筑式样研究 talks about architectural forms
Historical evidence for guilds in China
Yes, there were guilds
Phased out for political reasons and mechanisation
Architectural forms of guilds in historical China
How have Chinese guilds survived in modern China and the area
How have European guilds survived in Venice for example
Are there any evidence for guild’s relevance in modern society
Philosophically – Richard Sennett
Creating new guilds (guild-formation feasibility) in modern society?