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Critical Theory (SAGE Formations in Social Thought)

Editat de David Rasmussen, James Swindal
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en Limba Engleză Carte Hardback – 18 Dec 2003
'The critical theory of the Frankfurt School continues to be an important influence on many disciplines, ranging from philosophy and social theory to cultural studies and art history. David Rasmussen has collected key classical texts that provide introductions, overviews, and critical interrogations of dominant theorists and positions of the Frankfurt School. This is a valuable resource that students of contemporary theory should find of use and import'
Professor Doug Kellner
George F. Kneller Philosophy of Education Chair, Social Sciences and Comparative Education, UCLA
This is a major assessment of the Frankfurt School and of Critical Theory. Volume I looks at the origins of the School in the 1920's through to the 1940's focussing on the key themes - the critique of German idealism, reading of Marx, use of the dialectical methods - and the key thinkers - Horkheimer, Benjamin, Adorno, and Marcuse. In Volume II, the ideas of "critique", of reason, and of rationality are examined - this includes work on the early Frankfurt School as well as issues like society and technology. The focus of Volume III is the literature on subjectivity, ethics, and politics - reviewing socialisation and solidarity; situatedness; morality; and the public sphere. The final volume looks at the future of Critical Theory - the role of social criticism, the relation to postmodernism, to psychology, to aesthetics, feminism and the family, and to religion.
Rich, textured, and systematic - this is a completely up-to-date overview of Critical Theory which will be the standard reference for libraries and scholars of Social Theory
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780761942498
ISBN-10: 0761942491
Pagini: 1588
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 112 mm
Greutate: 3.06 kg
Ediția: Four-Volume Set
Editura: SAGE Publications
Colecția Sage Publications Ltd
Seria SAGE Formations in Social Thought

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom

Cuprins

VOLUME ONE: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES
Editors' Introduction - David Rasmussen and James Swindal
PART ONE: GENERAL HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
Introduction to <i>The Frankfurt School - Rolf Wiggershaus
Introduction to Critical Theory - David Held
Conclusion to The Frankfurt School - Tom Bottomore
The Frankfurt School's `Nietzschean Moment' - 03S A Critical Assessment of the CriticsRolf Wiggershaus
Domination or Emancipation? The Debate over the Heritage of Critical Theory - Helmut Dubiel
PART TWO: HORKHEIMER
Max Horkheimer - John McCole, Seyla Benhabib, and Wolfgang Bonss
Between Philosophy and Social Science
Max Horkheimer and the Sociological Deficit of Critical Theory - Axel Honneth
The Critique of Instrumental Reason - Seyla Benhabib
PART THREE: ADORNO
Historical Positions - Lambert Zuidervaart
Adorno as Lateness Itself - Edward W Said
Adorno's Politics - Russell Berman
Autonomy, Negativity and Illusory Transgression - Lambert Zuidervaart
Menke's Deconstruction of Adorno's Aesthetics
Concerning the Central Idea of Adorno's Philosophy - R[um]udiger Bubner
PART FOUR: BENJAMIN
Walter Benjamin - Hannah Arendt
1892-1940
The Programme of the Coming Philosophy - Howard Caygill
Dialectics at a Standstill - Rolf Tiedemann
Approaches to the Passagen-Werk
No-man's-land - Irving Wohlfarth
On Walter Benjamin's `Destructive Character'
Introduction in Melancholy Dialectics - Max Pensky
Cosmos in Film - Gertrud Koch
On the Concept of Space in Walter Benjamin's `Work of Art' Essay
PART FIVE: MARCUSE
Herbert Marcuse's Reconstruction of Marxism - Douglas Kellner
The Bias of Technology - Andrew Feenberg
Marcuse and the Quest for Radical Subjectivity - Douglas Kellner
VOLUME TWO: THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS
PART ONE: PHILOSOPHICAL PERSPECTIVES
Critical Theory and Philosophy - David M Rasmussen
The Idea of a Critical Theory and its Relation to Philosophy - Thomas McCarthy
Habermas's Concept of Critical Theory - R[um]udiger Bubner
PART TWO: REASON AND RATIONALITY
The Enlightenment of Rationality - Hauke Brunkhorst
Remarks on Horkheimer and Adorno's Dialectic of Enlightenment
The Rage Against Reason - Richard J Bernstein
The Rationality in Human Communication - Karl-Otto Apel
On the Relationship Between Consensual, Strategic, and Systems Rationality
Practical Reason, the `Space of Reasons' and Public Reason - Kenneth Baynes
PART THREE: CRITIQUE AND METHODOLOGY
Critical Theory and Empirical Research - Hauke Brunkhorst
Paradigm-Core and Theory-Dynamics in Critical Social Theory - Hauke Brunkhorst
People and Programs
The Possibility of a Disclosing Critique of Society - Axel Honneth
The Dialectic of Enlightenment</i> in the Light of Current Debates in Social Criticism
Instrumental Reason's Unreason - Yvonne Sheratt
Two Competing Models of the History of the Species - Axel Honneth
Understaning as the Paradigm of the Social
The Technocracy Thesis Revisited - Andrew Feenberg
On The <i>Critique of Power
PART FOUR: THEORETICAL ISSUES
Transcendental Pragmatics - Joseph Heath
The Debate over Performative Contradiction - Martin Jay
Habermans versus the Poststructuralists
Normatively Grounding `Critical Theory' through Recourse to Lifeworld? A Transcendental-Pragmatic Attempt to Think with Habermas Against Habermas - Karl-Otto Apel
The Hermeneutic Dimension of Social Science and its Normative Foundation - Karl-Otto Apel
Structuration as Critical Theory - Richard J Bernstein
Karl Otto Apel's Contribution to Critical Theory - Matthias Kettner
VOLUME THREE: SUBJECTIVITY, ETHICS AND POLITICS
PART ONE: CRITICAL THEORY AND THE SELF
Selfhood and Solidarity - Maeve Cooke
Rethinking Subjectivity - David Rasmussen
Narrative Identity and the Self
Situations of the Self - Rainer Forst
Reflections on Seyla Benhabib's Version of Critical Theory
Is Objectivity Perspectival? Relfections on Brandom's and Habermas's Pragmatist Conceptions of Objectivity - Cristina Lafont
Is Experience Still in Crisis? Reflections on a Frankfurt School Lament - Martin Jay
PART TWO: ETHICS
Authenticity as a Normative Category - Alessandro Ferrara
Critique and Self-Reflection - Christoph Menke
The Problematization of Morality
Do Universals have a Reference? On the Critical Theory of Herbert Marcuse - Matthew Sharpe
The Limits and Possibilities of Communicative Ethics for Democratic Theory - David Ingram
PART THREE: POLITICS, CULTURE, ECONOMICS AND THE PUBLIC SPHERE
Morality, Identity and `Constitutional Patriotism' - Frank L Michelmann
Critical Theory and Democracy - James Bohman
Culture and Bourgeois Society - Hauke Brunkhorst
The Unity of Reason in a Divided Society
Structure or Sentiment? Habermas, Hegel and the Conditions of Solidarity - Andrew Buchwalter
Cosmopolitanism and the Solidarity Problem - Max Pensky
Habermas on National and Cultural Identities
Civil Society in the Information Age - Jodi Dean
Beyond the Public Sphere
Thesen der Kritischen Theorie - Wilhelm van Reijen
Critical Pessimism and the Limits of Traditional Marxism - Moishe Postone and Barbara Brick
VOLUME FOUR: THE FUTURE OF CRITICAL THEORY
PART ONE: GENERAL PERSPECTIVES
Critical Theory in Germany Today - Axel Honneth
The Social Dynamics of Disrespect - Axel Honneth
On the Location of Critical Theory Today
Beyond the `French Fries and the Frankfurter' - Lorraine Y Landry
An Agenda for Critical Theory
PART TWO: CRITICAL THEORY AND SOCIAL CRITICISM
Problems in the Theory of Ideology - Joseph Heath
On Voluntary Servitude</i> and the Theory of Ideology - Michael Rosen
Walter Benjamin's `<i>Redemptive Critique' - Peter B[ac]urger
Some Preliminary Reflections on the Project of a Critical Hermeneutics
The Architectonic of the Ethics of Liberation - Enrique Dussel
On Material Ethics and Formal Moralities
Towards a Critical Theory of Transnational Justice - Rainer Forst
PART THREE: CRITICAL THEORY AND POSTMODERNISM
An Allegory of Modernity/Postmodernity - Richard Bernstein
Habermas and Derrida
Marcuse in Postmodernity - Ben Agger
The Critique of Impure Reason - Thomas McCarthy
Foucault and the Frankfurt School
PART FOUR: CRITICAL THEORY AND PSYCHOLOGY
Fantasy and Critique - Joel Whitebook
Some Thoughts on Freud and the Frankfurt School
The Forms of False Consciousness - Michael Rosen
PART FIVE: CRITICAL THEORY AND AESTHETICS
Mimesis and Mimetology - Martin Jay
Adorno and Lacoue-Labarthe
Benjamin, Adorno, Surrealism - Richard Wolin
The Career of Aesthetics in German Thinking - Martin Seel
PART SIX: CRITICAL THEORY, FEMINISM, AND THE FAMILY
Zwischen Gerechtigkeit und affektiver Bindung - Axel Honneth
Die Familie im Brennpunkt moralischer Kontroversen
Autonomy, Recognition and Respect - Johanna Meehan
Habermas, Benjamin and Honneth
The Normative Claims of Three Types of Feminist Struggles for Recognition - Christopher F Zurn
PART SEVEN: CRITICAL THEORY AND RELIGION
The Critical Theory of Religion - Rudolf J Siebert
Enlightenment and Theology as Unfinished Projects - Helmut Peukert