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Reconciliation and reification : freedom's semblance and actuality from Hegel to contemporary critical theory

Author: Todd Hedrick
Publisher: New York, NY, United States of America : Oxford University Press, [2019]
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This book defends Hegel's concept of ""reconciliation"" as the best understanding of human beings' emancipatory interest and presents ""reification"" as a systematic blockage to its realization. Drawing upon psychoanalysis and legal theory, it explores the extent to which recent theories (Rawls, Honneth, Habermas) succeed in spelling out how society could be organized in such a way that reconciliation between  Read more...
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Hedrick, Todd, 1978-
Reconciliation and reification.
New York, NY, United States of America : Oxford University Press, [2018]
(DLC) 2018013717
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Todd Hedrick
ISBN: 9780190634032 0190634030 9780190634056 0190634057 9780190634049 0190634049
OCLC Number: 1048017024
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 275 pages)
Contents: Cover; Reconciliation and Reification; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations for Frequently Cited Works; Introduction; 1. Reconciling Individuality and Sociality in Hegel's Philosophy of Right; 1. Rousseau's Dialectic Of Enlightenment; 2. Completing sociality: freedom and the general will; 3. Rousseau's uneasy modernity; 4. Hegel's translation of the Rousseauian problematic; 5. Science: grasping what is as a result and as a whole; 6. Hegel's critique of Rousseau in summation; 7. Ethical life: reconciling individuality and sociality 8. Politics as the mediation of universal and particular: the constitution and the rule of law9. Mediation and the division of labor: the Estates; 10. Conclusion; 2. Totality Fractured, Reconciliation Deferred: From Marx to Lukács, to Horkheimer and Adorno; 1. The Philosophy of Right in left Hegelian social thought; 2. Marx; a. Individuality, emancipation, and the division of labor; b. Law in class society; c. Commodity fetishism and capitalism as a form of life; 3. Lukács; a. Reification as the capitalist form of objectivity; b. Reification in law and bureaucracy C. Normative and explanatory deficits in the concept of reification4. Horkheimer and Adorno; a. False reconciliation 1: subject formation in the culture industry; b. False reconciliation 2: state capitalism as "a parody of the classless society"; 5. Reconciliation, going forward; 3. Rawls' Liberal Right Hegelianism; 1. Roles for political philosophy; 2. What A Theory of Justice is really about; 3. Moral psychology and stability: non-​Hegelian reconciliation in A Theory of Justice 4. Scaling back the socialization argument from A Theory of Justice: law takes up the slack in Political Liberalism5. Rawls on the complementarity of law and democracy; 6. Skepticism about the complementarity of law and democracy; a. Practical discourse in a legal frame and the displacement of disagreement: Waldron; b. The "effects" of adjudication: Kennedy; 7. Rawls, Dworkin's method of interpretation, and false reconciliation through law; 8. Conclusion; 4. Actualizing Social Freedom: Normative Reconstruction and Psychoanalysis in Honneth 1. Anchoring critique in a pre-​theoretical interest2. Objections to neo-​Kantian and early Frankfurt School approaches to normativity; 3. Social freedom and normative reconstruction: the transparency and normal sociality theses; 4. Reflection vs. functionality in the theory of social freedom; 5. Trading Freud for Winnicott: psychoanalysis in Honneth; 6. Recognition, ideology, and reification; 7. Conclusion; 5. Reification and Reconciliation in Habermas' Theory of Law and Democracy
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This book defends Hegel's concept of ""reconciliation"" as the best understanding of human beings' emancipatory interest and presents ""reification"" as a systematic blockage to its realization. Drawing upon psychoanalysis and legal theory, it explores the extent to which recent theories (Rawls, Honneth, Habermas) succeed in spelling out how society could be organized in such a way that reconciliation between individual and society could be realized on something approaching a universal basis.

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