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Postnational identity : critical theory and existential philosophy in Habermas, Kierkegaard, and Havel

Author: Martin J. Matu�st�ik. ; Martin Beck Matuštík
Publisher: New York : Guilford Press, ©1993.
Series: Critical perspectives (New York, N.Y.)
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Named Person: Jürgen Habermas; Søren Kierkegaard; Václav Havel; Jürgen Habermas; Václav Havel; Søren Kierkegaard
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Martin J. Matu�st�ik. ; Martin Beck Matuštík
ISBN: 0898624207 9780898624205 0898622700 9780898622706
OCLC Number: 27066324
Description: xxii, 399 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Identity Crises and the Present Age --
1.1. Habermas's Question to Kierkegaard. 1.2. Postnational Identity and Multiculturalism --
2. Ethics, Morality, and Identity. 2.1. Habermas's Reading of Hegel with Kantian Means. 2.2. The Regulative Ideal of Communicative Ethics --
3. Identity and System. 3.1. Habermas's Reading of Marx. 3.2. The Present Age in Existential and Legitimation Crises --
4. Self-Realization and Self-Determination. 4.1. Habermas's Reading of Mead: Individual and Community. 4.2. Habermas's Reading of Durkheim --
5. The Performative Mode of Identity. 5.1. The Performative Notion of the Individual. 5.2. A Kierkegaardian Transformation of the Performative --
6. Communicating Existence. 6.1. Existential Identity and Self-Choice. 6.2. Existential Communication. 6.3. Restoring the Community to the Difficulty of Beginnings --
7. The Ideal of Communicating Community. 7.1. An Existential Mode of the Individual and Community. 7.2. An Existential Mode of Justice and Love --
8. Identity and Existential Revolution. 8.1. Havel on Identity Crises and the Present Age. 8.2. Havel's Nonpolitical Politics --
9. Self-Reading and Authoring. 9.1. Kierkegaard: Authorship and Authoring. 9.2. Havel and Authoring in Deliberative Democracy --
10. Critical Theory and Existential Philosophy. 10.1. Habermas and Jaspers: Reading the Situations of the Present Age. 10.2. Kierkegaard's Critical Theory of the Present Age. 10.3. Havel's Existential Politics in the Present Age. 10.4. A Permanent Democratic and Existential Revolution? --
Appendix A. Habermas's Reading of Kierkegaard: Notes from a Conversation --
Appendix B. Abbreviations and Bibliography for the Primary Works Cited in Notes.
Series Title: Critical perspectives (New York, N.Y.)
Responsibility: Martin J. Matus̆tík.
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