3 edition of Axel Honneth found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Danielle Petherbridge|
|Series||Social and critical theory -- 12|
|LC Classifications||HM480 .A94 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011019885|
In this volume Axel Honneth deepens and develops his highly influential theory of recognition, showing how it enables us both to rethink the concept of justice and to offer a compelling account of the relationship between social reproduction and individual identity formation/5. Axel Honneth Theories of justice often fixate on purely normative, abstract principles unrelated to real-world situations. The philosopher and theorist Axel Honneth addresses this disconnect, and constructs a theory of justice derived from the normative claims of Western liberal-democratic societies and anchored in morally legitimate laws and.
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Axel Honneth is a third-generation Critical Theorist who has made his own unique contribution to that tradition with his theory on recognition as central to both the cohesion of an individual's sense of self and to the moral structure of modern Western society/5(5). Axel Honneth has 62 books on Goodreads with ratings.
Axel Honneth’s most popular book is The Struggle for Recognition: The Moral Grammar of Social C. In this book Axel Honneth re-examines arguments put forward by Hegel and claims that the 'struggle for recognition' should be at the centre of social conflicts.
Axel Honneth makes a lucid and compelling case for renewing the utopian impulse Axel Honneth book the early Marx in the context of the present. In this quite remarkable book, Honneth asks why various contemporary forms of discontent do not easily transform into a vision of the by: 6.
This new book by the German philosophy academic and professor, Axel Honneth, is a useful translation into English of The Idea of Socialism which was awarded the Bruno Kreisky Prize for the Political Book of the year in /5(21).
This is the book that - I believe - made Axel Honneth famous in Germany. In The Struggle for Recognition, Honneth wants to place critical theory (or critical social philosophy) within a Cited by: Axel Honneth and the Critical Theory of Recognition.
Editors: Schmitz, Volker (Ed.) Free Preview. Brings together a wide range of key issues raised by Axel Honneth’s influential brand of Frankfurt School critical theory; Appraises and applies Honneth's theory in the context of contemporary political and social problems About this book.
Axel Honneth’s The Struggle for Recognition develops an empirically anchored theory of social conflict based on Hegel’s theory of recognition. In this book, he. Axel Honneth has produced a useful and convincing account of the “struggle for recognition.” Honneth comes from a study of Habermas rather than Kojève, but.
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PDF, ePubs, MOBI, eMagazines, ePaper, eJournal and more. In this article, Axel Honneth outlines a plural theory of justice. In developing his argument he takes his departure not in the classic elimination of ‘inequality’, but in Cited by: Axel Honneth (born J ) is a professor of philosophy at both the University of Frankfurt and Columbia University.
He is also director of the Institut für Sozialforschung (Institute for Social Research) in Frankfurt am Main, Germany/5. Pathologies of Reason: On the Legacy of Critical Theory (New Directions in Critical Theory) [Honneth, Axel, Ingram, James] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Pathologies of Reason: On the Legacy of Critical Theory (New Directions in Critical Theory)Cited by: Honneth, Axel (). / Deranty, Jean-Philippe. Bloomsbury encyclopedia of philosophers.
Bloomsbury Publishing, Research output: Chapter in Book/Report Author: Jean-Philippe Deranty. Danielle Petherbridge's book is an expansive and insightful reconstruction of Axel Honneth's critical social theory. It is alert to the dialectical shifts in his conception as he responds to new conversation partners, and it highlights fundamental issues that explain the trajectory of his work.
Axel Honneth, Kampf um Anerkennung. Zur moralischen Grammatik sozialer Konflikte – PhilPapers. Refresh and try again. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Axel Honneth’s The Struggle for Recognition develops an empirically anchored theory of social conflict based on Hegel’s theory of recognition.
In this book, he argues for an intersubjective view of identity and a moral interpretation of social conflict.
According to Honneth, social struggles may be normatively evaluated by the extent to which they provide the preconditions for self Author: D. Clifton Mark. Axel Honneth’s Social Philosophy of Recognition: Freedom, Normativity, and Identity By Roland Theuas DS.
Pada This book first published Cambridge Scholars Publishing Lady Stephenson Library, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 2PA, UK British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data. The book contributes to a new understanding of Axel Honneth’s oeuvre and treats it in an original and stimulating manner.
Wilhelm gives equal attention to Honneth as a theorist of justice and a theorist of social pathologies, and relates Freedom’s Right and The Idea of Socialism to Honneth’s earlier work in a most illuminating way. Axel Honneth (Key Contemporary Thinkers) by Christopher Zurn (Feb) Paperback on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Axel Honneth’s Recognition Theory: Social Justice for Neoliberal Times. “Ethical Encounters in a Neoliberal Era through a Postcolonial Lens,” Report Title: Title of Paper: Chapter Title: Title of Journal: Title of Book: Conference Name: City and Province/State/Country: Victoria, BC Editor's Name (if different from Author's Name): Volume.
Honneth makes these two points within the first two pages of the book, and from that point forward the book is a disaster. First off, if you're going to take a new look at an old idea, at least get the old idea right; otherwise you're generating a new idea, into an old category, while fighting off a by: It may change intellectual lives; it will certainly attract a great deal of attention for many years to come.'' -- William Outhwaite, University of Sussex ''Honneth's book casts a flood of light on what has been an area of darkness, the place where the philosophical tradition and modern politics meet and interweave.In this book Axel Honneth re-examines arguments put forward by Hegel and claims that the 'struggle for recognition' should be at the centre of social : $