On the very idea of normative foundations in critical social theory

Philosophy and Social Criticism (forthcoming)
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I argue that the problem of normative foundations is insoluble. I discuss how and why the apparent problem arose, particularly within the Frankfurt School. Then, I describe various theories of norm...

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