Über den Autor
Darrow Schecter is Reader in the School of History, Art History and Humanities, University of Sussex, UK. He has written books and articles on social and political thought, including Beyond Hegemony (2005); The History of the Left From Marx to the Present: Theoretical Perspectives (2007), and Critique of Instrumental Reason from Weber to Habermas (2010). He teaches history and political theory at the University of Sussex.
1. Introduction 2. Chapter 1: Dialectics, De-Naturalisation and Social Differentiation (I): From the Public Sphere to the Emergence of Civil Society 3. Chapter 2: Dialectics, De-Naturalisation and Social Differentiation (II): From the Cognitive Content of Aesthetics to Critical Theory 4. Chapter 3: Critical Theory and Mediated Non-Identity 5. Chapter 4: Critical Theory and Political Theory 6. Chapter 5: New Paths Beyond the Marx-Freud Synthesis 7. Conclusion: The Mediations of Society Biblio Index
Provides a thorough overview of critical theory, looking at its history and shortfalls.rn
This volume in the Critical Theory and Contemporary Society series examines the history of critical theory and its importance today.