Critical Theory in Critical Times

Transforming the Global Political and Economic Order

Penelope Deutscher (Redaktør) ; Cristina Lafont (Redaktør)

Serie: New Directions in Critical Theory 7

In Critical Theory in Critical Times, eleven of the most distinguished critical theorists offer new perspectives on recent crises and transformations of the global political and economic order. Essays from Jurgen Habermas, Seyla Benhabib, Cristina Lafont, Rainer Forst, Wendy Brown, Christoph Menke, Nancy Fraser, Rahel Jaeggi, Amy Allen, Penelope Deutscher, and Charles Mills address some of the most urgent and important challenges of our times, from international human rights and democratic sovereignty to the critique of critical theory's Eurocentric heritage. Les mer
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In Critical Theory in Critical Times, eleven of the most distinguished critical theorists offer new perspectives on recent crises and transformations of the global political and economic order. Essays from Jurgen Habermas, Seyla Benhabib, Cristina Lafont, Rainer Forst, Wendy Brown, Christoph Menke, Nancy Fraser, Rahel Jaeggi, Amy Allen, Penelope Deutscher, and Charles Mills address some of the most urgent and important challenges of our times, from international human rights and democratic sovereignty to the critique of critical theory's Eurocentric heritage.

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Acknowledgments Introduction: Critical Theory in Critical Times Part I. The Future of Democracy 1. An Exploration of the Meaning of Transnationalization of Democracy, Using the Example of the European Union, by Jurgen Habermas Part II. Human Rights and Sovereignty 2. Democratic Sovereignty and Transnational Law: On Legal Utopianism and Democratic Skepticism, by Seyla Benhabib 3. Human Rights, Sovereignty, and the Responsibility to Protect, by Cristina Lafont 4. A Critical Theory of Human Rights-Some Groundwork, by Rainer Forst Part III. Political Rights in Neoliberal Times 5. Neoliberalism and the Economization of Rights, by Wendy Brown 6. Law and Domination, by Christoph Menke Part IV. Criticizing Capitalism 7. Behind Marx's Hidden Abode: For an Expanded Conception of Capitalism, by Nancy Fraser 8. A Wide Concept of Economy: Economy as a Social Practice and the Critique of Capitalism, by Rahel Jaeggi Part V. The End of Progress in Postcolonial Times 9. Adorno, Foucault, and the End of Progress: Critical Theory in Postcolonial Times, by Amy Allen 10. "Post-Foucault": The Critical Time of the Present, by Penelope Deutscher 11. Criticizing Critical Theory, by Charles W. Mills Bibliography About the Contributors Index

Om forfatteren

Penelope Deutscher is Joan and Sarepta Harrison Professor of Philosophy at Northwestern University. She is the author or editor of a number of books, including Foucault/Derrida Fifty Years Later (2016) and Foucault's Futures: A Critique of Reproductive Reason (2017), both from Columbia University Press. Cristina Lafont is professor of philosophy at Northwestern University. She is the author of The Linguistic Turn in Hermeneutic Philosophy (1999), Heidegger, Language, and World-Disclosure (2000), and Global Governance and Human Rights (2012), and coeditor of The Habermas Handbook.