SAGE Handbook of Frankfurt School Critical Theory

SAGE Handbook of Frankfurt School Critical Theory

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SAGE Publications Ltd

07/2018

1800

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9781473953345

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VOLUME 01: Key Texts and Contributions to a Critical Theory of Society Chapter 1: Introduction: Key Texts and Contributions to a Critical Theory of Society - Beverley Best, Werner Bonefeld and Chris O'Kane SECTION 01: The Frankfurt School and Critical theory Chapter 2: Max Horkheimer and the Early Model of Critical Theory - John Abromeit Chapter 3: Leo Loewenthal: Last Man Standing - Christoph Hesse Chapter 4: Erich Fromm: Psychoanalysis and the Fear of Freedom - Kieran Durkin Chapter 5: Henryk Grossmann: Theory of Accumulation and Breakdown - Paul Mattick Chapter 6: Franz L. Neumann's Behemoth: A Materialist Voice in the Gesamtgestalt of Fascist Studies - Karsten Olson Chapter 7: Otto Kirchheimer: Capitalist State, Political Parties and Political Justice - Frank Schale, Lisa Klingsporn and Hubertus Buchstein Chapter 8: The Image of Benjamin - David Kaufmann Chapter 9: Dialectic of Enlightenment. Philosophical Fragments. - Marcel Stoetzler Chapter 10: Herbert Marcuse: Critical Theory as Radical Socialism - Charles Reitz Chapter 11: Theodor W. Adorno and Negative Dialectics - Nico Bobka and Dirk Braunstein SECTION 02: Theoretical Elaborations of a Critical Social Theory Chapter 12: Ernst Bloch: The Principle of Hope - Cat Moir Chapter 13: Georg Lukacs: An Actually Existing Antinomy - Eric-John Russell Chapter 14: Siegfried Kracauer: Documentary Realist and Critic of Ideological "Homelessness" - Ansgar Martins Chapter 15: Alfred Seidel and the Nihilisation of Nihilism: A contribution to the prehistory of the Frankfurt School - Christian Voller Chapter 16: Arkadij Gurland: Political Science as Critical Theory - Hubertus Buchstein Chapter 17: Alfred Sohn-Rethel: Real Abstraction and the Unity of Commodity-Form and Thought Form - Frank Engster and Oliver Schlaudt Chapter 18: Alfred Schmidt: On the Critique of Social Nature - Hermann Kocyba Chapter19: Oskar Negt and Alexander Kluge: From the Underestimated Subject to the Political Constitution of Commonwealth - Richard Langston Chapter 20: Hans-Jurgen Krahl: Social Constitution and Class Struggle - Jordi Maiso Chapter 21: Johannes Agnoli: Subversive Thought, the Critique of the State and (Post-)Fascism - Stephan Grigat Chapter 22: Helmut Reichelt and the New Reading of Marx - Ingo Elbe Chapter 23: Hans-Georg Backhaus: The Critique of Premonetary Theories of Value and the Perverted Forms of Economic Reality - Riccardo Bellofiore & Tommaso Redolfi Riva Chapter 24: Jurgen Habermas: Against Obstacles to Public Debates - Christoph Henning SECTION 03: Critical Reception and Further Developments Chapter 25: Gillian Rose: The Melancholy Science - Andrew Brower Latz Chapter 26: Bolivar Echeverria: Critical Discourse and Capitalist Modernity - Andres Saenz De Sicilia Chapter 27: Adolfo Sanchez Vazquez: Philosophy of Praxis as Critical Theory - Stefan Gandler Chapter 28: Roberto Schwarz: : Mimesis Beyond Realism - Nicholas Brown Chapter 29: Aborted and/or Completed Modernization: Introducing Paulo Arantes - Pedro Rocha de Oliveira Chapter 30: Fredric Jameson - Carolyn Lesjak Chapter 31: Moishe Postone: Marx's Critique of Political Economy as Immanent Social Critique - Elena Louisa Lange Chapter 32: John Holloway: The Theory of Interstitial Revolution - Ana Cecilia Dinerstein Chapter 33: Radical Political or Neo-Liberal Imaginary? Nancy Fraser Revisited - Claudia Leeb Chapter 34: Axel Honneth and Critical Theory - Michael J. Thompson VOLUME 02: Themes Chapter 35: Introduction: Key Themes in Context of the Twentieth Century - Beverley Best, Werner Bonefeld and Chris O'Kane SECTION 04: State, Economy, Society Chapter 36: Society as "Totality": On the negative-dialectical presentation of capitalist socialization - Lars Heitmann Chapter 37: Society and Violence - Sami Khatib Chapter 38: Society and History - Jose A. Zamora Chapter 39: Totality and Technological Form - Samir Gandesha Chapter 40: Materialism - Sebastian Truskolaski Chapter 41: Theology and Materialism - Julia Jopp and Ansgar Martins Chapter 42: Social Constitution and Class - Tom Houseman Chapter 43: Critical Theory and Utopian Thought - Alexander Neupert-Doppler Chapter 44: Praxis, Nature, Labour - Stefan Gandler Chapter 45: Critical Theory and Epistemological and Social-Economical Critique - Frank Engster Chapter 46: Critical Theory and the Critique of Political Economy: From Critical Political Economy to the Critique of Political Economy - Patrick Murray Chapter 47: The Critique of Value and the Crisis of Capitalist Society - Josh Robinson Chapter 48: The Frankfurt School and Fascism - Lars Fischer Chapter 49: Society and Political Form - Alexander Neupert-Doppler Chapter50: The Administered World - Hans-Ernst Schiller Chapter 51: Commodity Form and the Form of Law - Andreas Harms Chapter 52: Walter Benjamin's Concept of Law - Amy Swiffen Chapter 53: Security and Police - Mark Neocleous Chapter 54: On the Authoritarian Personality - James Murphy Chapter 55: Antisemitism and the Critique of Capitalism - Lars Fischer Chapter 56: Race and the Politics of Recognition - Christopher Chen Chapter 57: Society, Regression, Psychoanalysis, or 'Capitalism Is Responsible for Your Problems with Your Girlfriend': On the Use of Psychoanalysis in the Work of the Frankfurt School - Benjamin Y. Fong and Scott Jenkins SECTION 05: Culture and Aesthetics Chapter 58: The Culture Industry - Christian Lotz Chapter 59: Erziehung: The Critical Theory of Education and Counter-Education - Matthew Charles Chapter 60: Aesthetics and its Critique: The Frankfurt Aesthetic Paradigm - Johan Hartle Chapter 61: Rather no art than socialist realism Adorno, Beckett and Brecht - Isabelle Klasen Chapter 62: Adorno's Brecht: The Other Origin of Negative Dialectics - Matthias Rothe Chapter 63: Critical Theory and Literary Theory - Mathias Nilges Chapter 64: Cinema - Spectacle - Modernity - Johannes von Moltke Chapter 65: On Music and Dissonance: Hinge - Murray Dineen Chapter 66: Art, Technology, and Repetition - Marina Vishmidt Chapter 67: On Ideology, Aesthetics, and Critique - Owen Hulatt VOLUME 03: Contexts Chapter 68: Introduction: Contexts of Critical Theory - Beverley Best, Werner Bonefeld, and Chris O'Kane SECTION 06: Contexts of the emergence of Critical Theory Chapter 69: Marx, Marxism, Critical Theory - Jan Hoff Chapter 70: The Frankfurt School and Council Communism - Felix Baum Chapter 71: Positivism - Anders Ramsay Chapter 72: Critical Theory and the Sociology of Knowledge: Diverging Cultures of Reflexivity - Oliver Schlaudt Chapter 73: Critical Theory and Weberian Sociology - Klaus Lichtblau Chapter 74: Critical Theory and the Philosophy of Language - Philip Hogh Chapter 75: Psychoanalysis and Critical Theory - Inara Luisa Marin Chapter 76: Humanism and Anthropology from Walter Benjamin to Ulrich Sonnemann - Dennis Johannssen Chapter 77: Art and Revolution - Jasper Bernes SECTION 07: Contexts of the later developments of Critical Theory Chapter 78: The Spectacle and the Culture Industry, the Transcendence of Art and the Autonomy of Art: Some Parallels between Theodor Adorno's and Guy Debord's Critical Concepts - Anselm Jappe Chapter 79: Workerism and Critical Theory - Vincent Chanson and Frederic Monferrand Chapter 80: Open Marxism and Critical Theory: Negative Critique and Class as Critical Concept - Christos Memos Chapter 81: Post-Marxism - Christian Lotz Chapter 82: Critical Theory and Cultural Studies - Tom Bunyard Chapter 83: Constellations of Critical Theory and Feminist Critique - Gudrun-Axeli Knapp Chapter 84: Critical Theory and Recognition - Richard Gunn and Adrian Wilding Chapter 85: 'Ideas with Broken Wings': Critical Theory and Postcolonial Theory - Asha Varadharajan SECTION 08: ELEMENTS OF CRITICAL THEORY IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL AND POLITICAL MOVEMENTS AND THEORIES SECTION 86: Biopolitics as a Critical Diagnosis - Frieder Vogelmann Chapter 87: Critical International Relations Theory - Shannon Brincat Chapter 88: Space, Form, and Urbanity - Greig Charnock Chapter 89: Critical theory and the critique of anti-imperialism - Marcel Stoetzler Chapter 90: Mass Culture and the Internet - Nick Dyer-Witheford Chapter 91: Environmentalism and the Domination of Nature - Michelle Yates Chapter 92: Feminist Critical Theory and the Problem of (Counter)Enlightenment in the Decay of Capitalist Patriarchy - Roswitha Scholz Chapter 93: Gender and Social Reproduction - Amy De'Ath Chapter 94: Rackets - Gerhard Scheit Chapter 95: Subsumption and Crisis - Joshua Clover Chapter 96: The Figure of Crisis in Critical Theory - Amy Chun Kim Chapter 97: Neoliberalism: Critical Theory as Natural-History - Charles Prusik Chapter 98: On Emancipation... - Sergio Tischler Visquerra and Alfonso Galileo Garcia Vela Chapter 99: Crisis and Immiseration: critical theory today - Aaron Benanav and John Clegg
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