Disrespect: The Normative Foundations of Critical Theory
May 2007, Polity
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- I. The Tasks of Social Philosophy
- Pathologies of the Social: The Past and Present of Social Philosophy
- The Possibility of a Disclosing Critique of Society: The Dialectic of Enlightenment in Light of Current Debates in Social Criticism
- The Social Dynamics Of Disrespect: On The Location Of Critical Theory Today
- Moral Consciousness and Class Domination: Some Problems in the Analysis of Hidden Morality
- II. Morality and Recognition
- The Other of Justice: Habermas and the Ethical Challenge of Postmodernism.
Between Aristotle and Kant: Recognition and Moral Obligation
- Between Justice and Affection: The Family as a Field of Moral Disputes
- Love and Morality: On the Moral Content of Emotional Ties
- Decentered Autonomy: The Subject After the Fall
- III. Problems of Political Philosophy
- Is Universalism a Moral Trap? The Presuppositions and Limits of a Politics of Human Rights
- Democracy as Reflexive Cooperation: John Dewey and the Theory of Democracy Today
- Negative Freedom and Cultural Belonging: An Unhealthy Tension in the Political Philosophy of Isaiah Berlin
- Post-traditional Communities: A Conceptual Proposal