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Capitalism, Alienation and Critique: Studies in Economy and Dialectics

Boston, Massachusetts, USA: Brill (2019)

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  1. Alienation Reconsidered: Criticizing Non-Speculative Anti-Essentialism.Asger Sørensen - 2019 - Eikasia Revista de Filosofía 89 (Septiembre - Octubre):151--80.
    Fortunately, the challenge of alienation is now again taken seriously in intellectual discussions. Already years ago, Axel Honneth made the reflection on alienation a defining issue for social philosophy per se, and as the prime example of social philosophy, he brought forth Critical Theory. Within this horizon, recently two conceptions of alienation have been proposedby Rahel Jeaggi and Hartmut Rosa, and the present article takes issue with both of these proposals, criticizing in particular their anti-essentialism. Hence, questioning the post-metaphysical agenda (...)
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  • Dialectics as Immanent Critique. Or, Dialectics as Both Ontology and Epistemology with a Practical Intention.Tong Shijun - 2021 - Filozofija I Društvo 32 (1):29-39.
    This response to Asger S?rensen?s paper From Ontology to Epistemology: Tong, Mao and Hegel is made on the basis of a reflection on the author?s intellectual development with special reference to the idea of?dialectics?. This development is mainly composed of three periods, in which the author formed his strong antipathy toward dialectics as a mere tool of power, learnt to understand the importance of?dialogical logic? in providing conceptual tools for human knowledge of a type of reality which is both objective (...)
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  • Arguing for Classical Critical Theory.David Rasmussen - 2021 - Filozofija I Društvo 32 (1):5-10.
    In my view, making the case for a specific interpretation of Critical Theory is problematic.1 Although the term has a prestigious origin stemming from Horkheimer?s 1937 paper, Traditional and Critical Theory,2 given during his term as Director of the Institute for Social Research at Frankfurt University and generating the enthusiasm of its members, the term and the movement associated would be defined and radically redefined not only by subsequent generations but by its very author. One of the merits of the (...)
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