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Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke

2019

285 pages

ISBN 978-3-319-91979-9

Political Philosophy and Public Purpose

Axel Honneth and the critical theory of recognition

Edited by

Volker Schmitz

The critical theory of the Frankfurt School has undergone numerous and at times fundamental changes over the last ninety years. Since the late 1960s, it has been characterized primarily by Jürgen Habermas's "communicative turn" and a focus on normative foundations. Today, that 'second generation" exists side-by-side with a "third generation" represented most prominently by Axel Honneth's turn toward recognition, ethical life, and the normative reconstruction of social institutions.

Publication details

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-91980-5

Full citation [Harvard style]:

Schmitz, V. (ed) (2019). Axel Honneth and the critical theory of recognition, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Introduction

Schmitz Volker

1-11

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Reifying reification

Kavoulakos Konstantinos

41-68

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The recognition of no-body

Langman Lauren

69-96

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Bourgeois illusions

Borman David A.

97-124

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Losing sight of power

Smulewicz-Zucker Gregory

125-144

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Critical theory derailed

Dahms Harry F.

207-242

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The mirror of transformation

Block James E.

273-281

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