Habermas II (SAGE Masters in Modern Social Thought series)

Editat de David Rasmussen, James Swindal
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The highly commended first edition of this four-volume set remains the standard reference on J[um]urgen Habermas, the key theorist of the Frankfurt School and one of the most influential theorists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. With Habermas having developed his oeuvre substantially in the last decade, this new edition retains the key secondary literature while refreshing the critical canon with the most important papers published since the first edition in 2001. The editors, themselves a part of that canon, have updated the editorial material to reflect the latest hot topics in the study of this perennially relevant theorist. Volume One covers the huge base of secondary literature that has emerged on Habermas and the law since the publication of Between Facts and Norms in 1992. Volume Two collects the best writings on Habermas and politics. Volume Three treats epistemology and the theory of communication. Volume Four presents the key debates in what is perhaps the leading topic in the contemporary study of Habermas: ethics and religion.
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ISBN-13: 9781412948371
ISBN-10: 1412948371
Pagini: 1568
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 114 mm
Greutate: 0.00 kg
Ediția: Four-Volume Set
Editura: SAGE Publications
Colecția Sage Publications Ltd
Seria SAGE Masters in Modern Social Thought series

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom


The Engagement with Postmodernity and Phenomenology
Adorno and Habermas on the Human Condition - Deborah Cook
A Moment of Unconditional Validity? Schutz and the Habermas/Rorty debate - Michael Barber
Remarks on Derrida and Habermas - Simon Critchley
Performative Powerlessness: A response to Simon Critchley - Jacques Derrida
Disenchantment and the Persistence of Evil: Habermas, Jonas, Badiou - Peter Dews
Foucault and Enlightenment: A critical reappraisal - Amy Allen
Foucault Contra Habermas: Enlightenment, power, and critique - Day Wong
How can Anyone be Called Guilty? Speech, responsibility, and the social relation in Habermas and Levinas - Asher Horowitz
Apologies: Levinas and Dialogue - Bob Plant
Speech and Sensibility: Levinas and Habermas on the constitution of the moral point of view - Steven Hendley
Levinas, Habermas, and Modernity - Nicholas Smith
Hermeneutics and Epistemology
Gadamerian Platitudes' and Rational Interpretations - Kenneth Baynes
Habermas and Validity Claims - Jan Niemi
Lifeworld, Discourse, and Realism: On J rgen Habermas's Theory of Truth - Axel Seeman
McDowell and Habermas in a Post-Traditional World - Myra Bookman
The Role of Rules - Michael Rosen
Difficulties with the Reduction of Subjectivity - Manfred Frank
The Return to Subjectivity as a Challenge to Critical Theory - Dieter Freundlieb
Justification: Reflexive or discursive? - Petra Hedberg
Habermas and Dummett: Beyond dogmatism and scepticism - Matar Anat
Habermas on Compatibilism and Ontological Monism: Some problems - Michael Quante
Neuroscience, Intentionality and Free Will: Reply to Habermas - John Searle
Habermas between Metaphysical and Natural Realism - Steven Hendley
Centrality as a Challenge to Ousia in J rgen Habermas - John McCumber
From Habermas to Horkheimer's Early Work: Directions for a materialist reconstruction of communicative critical theory - Konstantinos Kavoulakos
Normativity and Reason
Communication and Rational Justification - Pol Vandevelde
Universalist Grandeur, Romantic Depth, Pragmatist Cunning - Richard Rorty
Liberalization, Modernization, Westernization - Joseph Heath
Another Voice of Reason - Nikolas Kompridis
The Transcendental Turn: Habermas's 'Kantian Pragmatism' - Kenneth Baynes
Inferentialism and Communicative Action: Robust conceptions of intersubjectivity - Barbara Fultner
Freedom and Recognition in Hegel and Habermas - Kenneth Baynes
Intersubjectivity: Interactionist or discursive? Reflections on Habermas's critique of Brandom - Piet Strydom
Communication and Content: Circumstances and consequences of the Habermas-Brandom debate - Kevin Scharp
Facts, Norms, and Normative Facts: A reply to Habermas - Robert Brandom
Discourse Ethics
Why there is No Issue between Rawls and Habermas - Christopher McMahon
Modernity and Morality in Habermas's Discourse Ethics - James Gordon Finlayson
What are Universalizable Interests? - James Gordon Finlayson
Habermas's Moral Cognitivism and the Frege-Geach Challenge - James Gordon Finlayson
Discoursing About Discourse - Logi Gunnarsson
A Substantivist Construal of Discourse Ethics - Pablo Gilabert
Should Discourse Ethics Do Without a Principle of Universalization? - Pablo Gilabert
Procedural Justice? Implications of the Rawls-Habermas debate for discourse ethics - Cristina Lafont
Moral Objectivity and Reasonable Agreement - Cristina Lafont
Discourse Ethics and the Problem of Foundations - Tom Rockmore
Suffering Injustice: Misrecognition as moral injury in critical theory - J.M. Bernstein
Immanuel Kant, J rgen Habermas, and the Categorical Imperative - Anders Bordum
Law, Democracy, and the Public Sphere
Democracy Across Borders - Bohman, James
Between Deliberative and Participatory Democracy - Vitale, Denise
For an Agonistic Model of Democracy - Chantal Mouffe
Constitutional Rights, Balancing, and Rationality - Robert Alexy
Morality, Identity, and 'Constitutional Patriotism' - Frank Michelman
Democracy and the Individual: Deliberative and existential negotiations - Martin Leet
Consensus and Power in Deliberative Democracy - Tim Heysse
Two Notions of Humanity and the Judgment Argument for Human Rights - Alessandro Ferrara
Deliberative Democracy and Constitutional Review - Christopher Zurn
Do Rights Have a Formal Basis? Habermas's legal theory and the normative foundations of the law - Kevin Olson
Cosmopolitanism and the Nation State
Political Liberalism and Postnational Cosmopolitanism: Toward an alternative theory of human rights - David Ingram
On Reconciling Cosmopolitan Unity and National Diversity - Thomas McCarthy
Habermas and Psychology
Jacques Lacan and J rgen Habermas: From subjectivity to intersubjective speech - Frie Roger
Habermas and Bioethics
Rethinking 'Liberal Eugenics' - Bernard Prusak
Habermas on Human Cloning: The debate on the future of the species - Eduardo Mendieta
Remarks on Habermas's Presentation of "l'avenir de la nature humaine" - Cristina Lafont
Liberal Eugenics and Human Nature - Elizabeth Fenton
Habermas and Feminism
Feminism and Democratic Deliberation - Georgia Warnke
Feminism and Habermas's Discourse Ethics - Meehan Johanna
Imaginative Disclosure: Adorno, Habermas, and artistic truth - Lambert Zuidervaart
Habermas and Religion
Habermas in Dialogue with Theologians - Nicholas Adams
Reason, Faith, and Secularization: J rgen Habermas meets Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger - Gerhold Becker
Reason, Society, and Religion: Reflections on 11 September from a Habermasian perspective - Andy Wallace
Rights, Reason, and Religious Conflict: Habermas and Scanlon on the role of religion in public debate - Glen Pettigrove
Salvaging and Secularizing the Semantic Contents of Religion: The limitations of Habermas's postmetaphysical proposal - Maeve Cooke
Religion in the Public Sphere: Remarks on Habermas's conception of public deliberation in postsecular societies - Cristina Lafont
Rawls and Habermas On Religion in the Public Sphere - Melissa Yates
Habermas and Science
Habermas, Argumentation Theory, and Science Studies: Towards interdisciplinary cooperation - William Rehg