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The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Theory . 1st ed. 2017

(Political Philosophy and Public Purpose)

Thompson, Michael J. (EDT)

Palgrave Macmillan 2017/01
XVII, 739 p. 1 illus.
出版国: US
ISBN: 9781137558008
eISBN: 9781137558015
KNPID: EY00149125
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This handbook is the only major survey of critical theory from philosophical, political, sociological, psychological and historical vantage points. It emphasizes not only on the historical and philosophical roots of critical theory, but also its current themes and trends as well as future applications and directions. It addresses specific areas of interest that have forged the critical theory tradition, such as critical social psychology, aesthetics and the critique of culture, communicative action, and the critique of instrumental reason. It is intended for those interested in exploring the influential paradigm of critical theory from multiple, interdisciplinary perspectives and understanding its contribution to the humanities and the social sciences.

Table of Contents

I. The Hegelian-Marxist Roots of Critical Theory
1. Stephen Eric Bronner: Critical Foundations: History, Reflection, Praxis
2. Chad Kautzer: Marx’s Influence on the Early Frankfurt School
3. Konstantinos Kavoulakos: Lukács’s Theory of Reification and the Tradition of Critical Theory
4. Omar Dahbour: Totality, Reason, Dialectics: The Importance of Hegel for Critical Theory from Lukács to Honneth
5. Andrew Feenberg: Why Students of the Frankfurt School Need to Read Lukacs
II. Critique, Epistemology and the Aims of Social Research
6. Moishe Postone: Critical Theory and the Historical Transformations of Capitalist Modernity
7. Harry Dahms: Critical Theory as Radical Comparative-Historical Research
8. Gregory Smulewicz-Zucker: The Frankfurt School and the Critique of Instrumental Reason
9. David Borman: Materialism in Critical Theory: Marx and the Early Horkheimer
10. Michael J. Thompson: Critique As the Epistemic Framework of the Critical Social 
Sciences  


III. The Sociology of Culture and Critical Aesthetics
11. Christoph Henning: Theories of Culture in the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory
12. James Freeman: On Adorno’s Aesthetic Theory
13. Max Paddison: Art and the Concept of Autonomy in Adorno’s Critique of Kant
14. Gerhard Richter: Judging by Refraining from Judgment: The Artwork and Its Einordnung
15. 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 Authoritarianism
17. David N. Smith: Theory and Class Consciousness
18. C. Fred Alford: The Frankfurt School, Authority, and the Psychoanalysis of Utopia
19. Lauren Langman: Culture, Character and Critique: The Social Psychology of the Frankfurt 
School
20. Mark P. Worrell: The Critical Theory of Sadomasochism and Authoritarianism
21. Neil McLaughlin: The Fromm-Marcuse Debate Revisited: Reformulating the Critical Theory 
of the Authoritarian Character
V. Ethics, Communication and Recognition
22. Titus Stahl: The Metaethics of Critical Theories
23. Barbara Fultner: Collective Agency and Intentionality: A Critical Theory Perspective
24. Heikki Ikäheimo: Recognition, Identity and Subjectivity
25. Spiros Gangas: Recognition, Social Systems and Critical Theory
26. 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 Theory
28. Lars Rensmann: Critical Theory of Human Rights 
29. Robert J. Antonio: Immanent Critique and the Exhaustion Thesis: Neoliberalism and 
    History’s Vicissitudes
30. David Ingram: Critical Theory and Global Development
31. Arnold Farr: The New Sensibility, Intersectionality, and Democratic Attunement: the Future 
of Critical Theory