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Hegel and the Frankfurt School


The Rescuing Project: AdornoThe Rescuing Project: HabermasReanimating Hegel: HonnethTaking StockThe Structure of the VolumeNotesReferencesI Dialectics and AntagonismsThe Antinomy of Modernism and Anti-Modernism in Adorno’s Negative DialecticsThe Nature of the AntinomyAdorno’s Historical and Linguistic Approach to the AntinomyNotesReferencesUnsocial Society: Adorno, Hegel, and Social AntagonismsAdorno on Hegel on Organic TotalityHegel on the Antagonistic Structure of Civil SocietyApproaching Civil Society’s AntagonismsThe Antagonisms of Civil SocietyCivil Society’s Impossible Task: Social Unity, Welfare, and BildungTracing Bannkreis: From Adorno’s Sociology to His Philosophy of History and NatureApproaching Adorno’s SociologyTendencyConcretismIdentification With the AggressorBannkreis, World History, Natural HistoryBildung and BannkreisNotesReferencesII Intersubjectivity and Ethical LifeReactualising Hegel’s Philosophy of Right: Honneth and HabermasHonneth’s Sociological-Historical Reactualisation of HegelWhat Does It Mean to Reactualise Hegel’s Philosophy of Right?Habermas’s Hegelian-Marxist Appropriation of Kant’s Moral and Legal PhilosophyHabermas’s Philosophical-Juridical Reactualisation of HegelNotesReferencesSecond Nature and the Critique of Ideology in Hegel and the Frankfurt SchoolHegel’s Concept of Second NatureMarx on Nature and IdeologyLukács: Second Nature and ReificationThe Frankfurt School: Second Nature and Ideology CritiqueNotesReferencesIII Logic and Emancipatory PowerHegel’s Metaphysics and Social Philosophy: Two ReadingsThe Metaphysics of Pippin’s HegelMy Reading of Hegel"s Metaphysics“Pre-Positing”: Absolute Idealism and the Two Different HegelsHegel’s Social World and Social IndividualsOvercoming Moralität and the Standpoint of AgencyThe State-Subject and State-OrganismEmpowering Real Individuals vs. Subjectivity as a StatusNotesReferencesHegel, Actuality, and the Power of ConceivingIV Social Freedom and EmancipationThe Dragon Seed Project: Dismantling the Master’s House With the Master’s Tools?The Dominant Progressive Reading of the DoppclsatzThe Progressive Reading: The “Severe Style”Hegel vs. Hegel(ianism)Revolutionary Critical Theory and Hegelian Sittlichkeit as IdeologyNotesReferencesThe Passionate Nature of Freedom: From Hegel to Dewey and Adorno; From This to Another CountryBreaking Free, Becoming FreeThe Negative Nature of Freedom and Its Affective CharacterThe Freedom of Passionate LoveNotesReferencesV Political Theory and Political EconomyCritical Theory and/as Political PhilosophyThe Critical Theory ProjectPolitical Aspects of the Critical Theory ProjectCritical Theory’s Critique of Political PhilosophyThe Relative Indeterminacy of the Political in Critical TheoryDemocratic AgnosticismHegel and RousseauPolitical Indeterminacy in Relation to CritiquePolitical Indeterminacy in Relation to EmancipationCritical Theory and/as Political PhilosophyHegelInjustice, InequalityContemporary Crises of CapitalismNotesReferencesHegelian Political Economy in the Frankfurt School: Friedrich PollockIntroductionWhat Is Political Economy?What Is Hegelian Political Economy?Institutional DesignPersonal, Economic, and Political FunctionsActuality and ValidityPolitical Economy in the Frankfurt School: Friedrich Pollock“State Capitalism”Institutional DesignPersonal, Economic, Political FunctionsActuality and Validity“Automation”Institutional DesignPersonal, Economic, and Political FunctionsActuality and ValidityNotesReferencesList of ContributorsBibliography
 
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