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The Routledge companion to the Frankfurt school

Author: Peter Eli Gordon; Espen Hammer; Axel Honneth
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.
Series: Routledge philosophy companions.
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The portentous terms and phrases associated with the first decades of the Frankfurt School - exile, the dominance of capitalism, fascism - seem as salient today as they were in the early twentieth century. The Routledge Companion to the Frankfurt School addresses the many early concerns of critical theory and brings those concerns into direct engagement with our shared world today. In this volume, a distinguished  Read more...
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Routledge companion to the Frankfurt school.
New York City : Routledge, 2018
(DLC) 2018033224
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Eli Gordon; Espen Hammer; Axel Honneth
ISBN: 9781138333246 1138333247
OCLC Number: 1039301538
Description: xx, 575 pages ; 27 cm.
Contents: Part I: Basic Concepts1. The Idea of Instrumental ReasonJ.M. Bernstein2. The Idea of the Culture IndustryJuliane Rebentisch and Felix Trautmann3. Psychoanalysis and Critical TheoryJoel Whitebook4. The Philosophy of HistoryMartin Shuster5. Discourse EthicsMaeve Cooke6. The Theory of Recognition in the Frankfurt SchoolTimo Jutten7. History as Critique: Walter BenjaminEli Friedlander8. Topographies of Culture: Siegfried Kracauer Andreas Huyssen9. History and Transcendence in Adorno's Idea of TruthLambert ZuidervaartPart II: Historical Themes10. Ungrounded: Horkheimer and the Founding of the Frankfurt SchoolMartin Jay11. Revisiting Max Horkheimer's Early Critical TheoryJohn Abromeit12. The Frankfurt School and the Assessment of NazismUdi Greenberg13. The Frankfurt School and AntisemitismJack Jacobs14. The Frankfurt School and the Experience of ExileThomas Wheatland15. Critical Theory and the Unfinished Project of Mediating Theory and PracticeRobin Celikates16. The Frankfurt School and the West German Student MovementHans KundnaniPart III: Affinities and Contestations17. Lukacs and the Frankfurt SchoolTitus Stahl18. Nietzsche and the Frankfurt SchoolDavid Owen19. Weber and the Frankfurt SchoolDana Villa20. Heidegger and the Frankfurt SchoolCristina Lafont21. Arendt and the Frankfurt SchoolSeyla Benhabib and Clara Picker22. Marcuse and the Problem of RepressionBrian O'Connor23. Critical Theory and PoststructuralismMartin Saar24. Habermas and Ordinary Language PhilosophyEspen HammerPart IV: Specifications25. The Place of Mimesis in The Dialectic of EnlightenmentOwen Hulatt26. Adorno and LiteratureIain Macdonald27. Adorno, Music, and PhilosopyMax Paddison28. Schelling and the Frankfurt SchoolPeter Dews29. Critical Theory and Social PathologyFabian Freyenhagen30. The Self and Individual Autonomy in the Frankfurt SchoolKenneth Baynes31. The Habermas-Rawls DebateJames Gordon FinlaysonPart V: Prospects32. Idealism, Realism, and Critical TheoryFred Rush33. Critical Theory and the EnvironmentArne Johan Vetlesen34. Critical Theory and the LawWilliam E. Scheuerman35. Critical Theory and PostcolonialismJames D. Ingram36. Critical Theory and ReligionPeter E. Gordon 37. Critical Theory and FeminismAmy Allen38. Critique, Crisis, and the Elusive TribunalJudith Butler39. Critique and Communication: Philosophy's Missions: A Conversation with Jurgen HabermasInterviewed by Michael Foessel
Series Title: Routledge philosophy companions.
Other Titles: Companion to the Frankfurt school
Responsibility: edited by Peter E. Gordon, Espen Hammer, Axel Honneth.

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The portentous terms and phrases associated with the first decades of the Frankfurt School - exile, the dominance of capitalism, fascism - seem as salient today as they were in the early twentieth century. The Routledge Companion to the Frankfurt School addresses the many early concerns of critical theory and brings those concerns into direct engagement with our shared world today. In this volume, a distinguished group of international scholars from a variety of disciplines revisit the philosophical and political contributions of Theodor W. Adorno, Walter Benjamin, Max Horkheimer, Herbert Marcuse, Jurgen Habermas, Axel Honneth, and others. Throughout, the Companion's focus is on the major ideas that have made the Frankfurt School such a consequential and enduring movement. It offers a crucial resource for those who are trying to make sense of the global and cultural crisis that has now seized our contemporary world.

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