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批判理論ハンドブック

The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Theory

(Political Philosophy and Public Purpose)

Thompson, Michael J.

Palgrave Macmillan 2016/12
713 p. 24 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: DE
ISBN: 9781137558008
KCN: 1025161519
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DDC: 320
KDC: A119 現代思想
D210 政治哲学・政治思想
C120 社会学思想・社会学理論
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ドイツ観念論から、アドルノ、ベンヤミン、ハーバーマスなど、フランクフルト学派の各世代を経由して、哲学、社会学、心理学、政治学などの分野にわたる批判的思考を牽引する「批判理論」の初のハンドブック。全31章にて、歴史的、哲学的な系譜を探るとともに、現下の応用的な課題、未来の展望をも指し示す。

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This handbook is the only major survey of critical theory from philosophical, political, sociological, psychological and historical vantage points.
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Table of Contents

I. The Hegelian-Marxist Roots of Critical Theory1. Stephen Eric Bronner: Critical Foundations: History, Reflection, Praxis2. Chad Kautzer: Marx's Influence on the Early Frankfurt School3. Konstantinos Kavoulakos: Lukacs's Theory of Reification and the Tradition of Critical Theory4. Omar Dahbour: Totality, Reason, Dialectics: The Importance of Hegel for Critical Theory from Lukacs to Honneth5. Andrew Feenberg: Why Students of the Frankfurt School Need to Read LukacsII. Critique, Epistemology and the Aims of Social Research6. Moishe Postone: Critical Theory and the Historical Transformations of Capitalist Modernity7. Harry Dahms: Critical Theory as Radical Comparative-Historical Research8. Gregory Smulewicz-Zucker: The Frankfurt School and the Critique of Instrumental Reason9. David Borman: Materialism in Critical Theory: Marx and the Early Horkheimer10. Michael J. Thompson: Critique As the Epistemic Framework of the Critical Social Sciences III. The Sociology of Culture and Critical Aesthetics11. Christoph Henning: Theories of Culture in the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory12. James Freeman: On Adorno's Aesthetic Theory13. Max Paddison: Art and the Concept of Autonomy in Adorno's Critique of Kant14. Gerhard Richter: Judging by Refraining from Judgment: The Artwork and Its Einordnung15. Dirk Michel-Schertges: Critical Theory and the Aesthetic Conditions for Revolution 16. Nathan Ross: What Does It Mean to be Critical? On Literary and Social Critique in Walter Benjamin IV. Critical Social Psychology and the Study of Authoritarianism17. David N. Smith: Theory and Class Consciousness18. C. Fred Alford: The Frankfurt School, Authority, and the Psychoanalysis of Utopia19. Lauren Langman: Culture, Character and Critique: The Social Psychology of the Frankfurt School20. Mark P. Worrell: The Critical Theory of Sadomasochism and Authoritarianism21. Neil McLaughlin: The Fromm-Marcuse Debate Revisited: Reformulating the Critical Theory of the Authoritarian CharacterV. Ethics, Communication and Recognition22. Titus Stahl: The Metaethics of Critical Theories23. Barbara Fultner: Collective Agency and Intentionality: A Critical Theory Perspective24. Heikki Ikaheimo: Recognition, Identity and Subjectivity25. Spiros Gangas: Recognition, Social Systems and Critical Theory26. Mariana Teixeira: The Sociological Roots and Deficits of Axel Honneth's Theory of Recognition 27. Espen Hammer: Experience and Temporality: Toward a New Paradigm of Critical Theory28. Lars Rensmann: Critical Theory of Human Rights 29. Robert J. Antonio: Immanent Critique and the Exhaustion Thesis: Neoliberalism and History's Vicissitudes30. David Ingram: Critical Theory and Global Development31. Arnold Farr: The New Sensibility, Intersectionality, and Democratic Attunement: the Future of Critical Theory