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Multiple Experiences of Modernity : Toward a Humanist Critique of Modernity.

Author: Oliver Kozlarek
Publisher: Göttingen : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2014.
Series: Reflections on (in)humanity.
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Aktuelle Theorien der Moderne gehen von einer Vielfalt der Moderne(n) aus. Dabei werden die Unterschiede häufig als institutionelle und kulturelle Unterschiede verstanden. Auch wenn es sich dabei um durchaus sinnvolle Unternehmen handelt, kommen die jeweils provozierten "menschlichen Konsequenzen" zu kurz. Genau darum ging es aber jener Denktradition, die heute unter dem Namen der Kritischen Theorie bekannt ist. In  Read more...
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Kozlarek, Oliver.
Multiple Experiences of Modernity : Toward a Humanist Critique of Modernity.
Göttingen : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Oliver Kozlarek
ISBN: 9783847002291 3847002295
OCLC Number: 877770367
Notes: 7 The dark side of modern social imaginaries.
Description: 1 online resource (229 pages).
Contents: Title Page; Copyright; Table of Contents; Body; Oliver Kozlarek: Preface and Acknowledgments; Oliver Kozlarek: Experiences of Modernity and the Modernity of Experience; 1 World-consciousness and experience: a modern quest; 2 Critical Theory, world-consciousness and experience; 3 Hints of an experiential theory of modernity; 4 Towards a modern world of all human beings; 5 About this book; References; I Conceptualizing Human Experiences; François Dubet: Society and Social Experience; 1 Action, role and society; 2 The decline of the notion of society; 3 Why speak of social experience? 4 The trials of the individualReferences; Carlos Ímaz Gispert: Unfreezing the Subject. Subjectivity, Narrative and Socially-Contextualized Interactions; Revalorizing human subjectivity; Other antecedents and references; Searching for alternative paths; References; Anna Popovitch: From Ideology to Structures of Feeling. Raymond Williams on Culture and Society; Introduction; 1 "Structure of feeling" versus "ideology"; 2 The romantic artist; 3 Concluding remarks; References; Saurabh Dube: Unraveling Modernity: Subjects and Scandals; Overture; Unsettling modernity; Untangling modernity. Articulating modernityCoda; References; II The Multiplicity of Human Experiences with and within a Global Modernity; Raewyn Connell: Antipodes. Australian Sociology's Struggles with Place, Memory and Neoliberalism; Introduction; 1 Orientation; 2 Introducing Australia; 3 Sociology's antipodes; 4 Settler society, social science, and the lost leader; 5 Tectonic illusion: the antipodes become metropole; 6 Critical empiricism and the neoliberal turn; 7 Rediscovering place; 8 Conclusion: the spectrum of Southern sociologies; References. Bidhan Roy: Imagining a World of inequality: Representing Class Identities in Hari Kunzru's Transmission1 Theorizing the effects of globalization upon class identities; 2 The whole situation was very old economy: Hari Kunzru's Transmission; References; III Latin American Experiences; Luis Villoro: A Negative Path towards Justice; 1 Escape from unjust power; 2 The first moment: the experience of exclusion; 3 The second moment: equivalence with the excluders; 4 A parenthesis: human rights and dissent; 5 The third moment: recognizing the other en route to a concrete ethics. 6. Universal human rightsReferences; Nicola Miller: Incorrigibly Plural: Translating the Modern in Latin America, 1870 to 1930; 1 Liberating reason from the rationalists; 2 Preserving history from progress; Conclusion; References; Lidia Girola: Sociocultural Imaginaries of Modernity. Recent contributions and dimensions of analysis for the construction of a research agenda; Introduction; 1 A Tentative definition of modern social imaginaries; 2 Society as economy; 3 Society as public sphere; 4 Society as democracy; 5 Society as horizontal structure; 6 Modern narratives.
Series Title: Reflections on (in)humanity.

Abstract:

Aktuelle Theorien der Moderne gehen von einer Vielfalt der Moderne(n) aus. Dabei werden die Unterschiede häufig als institutionelle und kulturelle Unterschiede verstanden. Auch wenn es sich dabei um durchaus sinnvolle Unternehmen handelt, kommen die jeweils provozierten "menschlichen Konsequenzen" zu kurz. Genau darum ging es aber jener Denktradition, die heute unter dem Namen der Kritischen Theorie bekannt ist. In dem vorliegenden Buch soll an diesem Anspruch festgehalten werden. Die Frage, der das Buch nachgehen will, lautet: Welche Erfahrungen machen Menschen mit und in der globalen Moderne.

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