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New Release: Paul Giladi (ed.), “Hegel and the Frankfurt School” (Routledge, 2021)

New Release: Paul Giladi (ed.), “Hegel and the Frankfurt School” (Routledge, 2021)

We are glad to give notice of the release of the volume Hegel and the Frankfurt School. Traditions in Dialogue edited by Paul Giladi (Routledge, 2021).

From the publisher’s website:

This collection of original essays discusses the relationship between Hegel and the Frankfurt School Critical Theory tradition. The book’s aim is to take stock of this fascinating, complex, and complicated relationship. The volume is divided into five parts: Part I focuses on dialectics and antagonisms. Part II is concerned with ethical life and intersubjectivity. Part III is devoted to the logico-metaphysical discourse surrounding emancipation. Part IV analyses social freedom in relation to emancipation. Part V discusses classical and contemporary political philosophy in relation to Hegel and the Frankfurt School, as well as radical-democratic models and the outline and functions of economic institutions.

Table of Contents

Foreword, Gordon Finlayson

Preface, Eduardo Mendieta

Introduction, Paul Giladi

Part I: Dialectics and Antagonisms

  1. The Antinomy of Modernism and Anti-Modernism in Adorno’s ‘Negative Dialectics’, Espen Hammer
  1. Unsocial Society: Adorno, Hegel, and Social Antagonisms, Borhane Blili-Hamelin and Arvi Särkelä

Part II: Intersubjectivity and Ethical Life

  1. Reactualizing Hegel’s ‘Philosophy of Right’: Honneth and Habermas, James Gledhill
  1. Second Nature and the Critique of Ideology in Hegel and the Frankfurt School, Cat Moir

Part III: Logic and Emancipatory Power

  1. Hegel’s Metaphysics and Social Philosophy: Two Readings, Charlotte Baumann
  1. Hegel, Actuality, and the Power of Conceiving, Victoria I. Burke

Part IV: Social Freedom and Emancipation

  1. The Dragon Seed Project: Dismantling the Master’s House with the Master’s Tools?, Paul Giladi
  1. The Passionate Nature of Freedom: From Hegel to Dewey and Adorno; From This to Another Country, Federica Gregoratto

Part V: Political Theory and Political Economy

  1. Critical Theory and / as Political Philosophy, Jean-Philippe Deranty
  1. Hegelian Political Economy in the Frankfurt School: Friedrich Pollock, Christopher Yeomans & Jessica Seamands


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