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The Cambridge Habermas Lexicon

The Cambridge Habermas Lexicon

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Pieter Duvenage, Matthias Fritsch, Rúrion Melo, Maeve Cooke, Alessandro Ferrara, Joel Anderson, Peter E. Gordon, Juan Carlos Velasco, Jean L. Cohen, Felipe Gonçalves Silva, Hans-Peter Krueger, Amy Allen, Peter Niesen, Jeffrey Flynn, David Strecker, David Ingram, Robert C. Holub, Dafydd Huw Rees, Simone Chambers, Amos Nascimento, Federica Gregoratto, Hans-Herbert Kögler, Stefan Müller-Doohm, Melissa Yates, Joseph Heath, Matthias Lutz-Bachmann, Adela Cortina, Jesús Conill, Andrew Buchwalter, Maria Pia Lara, Barbara Fultner, Todd Hedrick, Martin Saar, Lenny Moss, Regina Kreide, David Rasmussen, Robin Celikates, Titus Stahl, Allison Weir, Max Pensky, Daniel Loick, James Gordon Finlayson, Cristina Lafont, Albena Azmanova, Hugh Baxter, David S. Owen, Martin Hartmann, Timo Jütten, Chad Kautzer, Simon Laumann Jørgensen, Lorenzo C. Simpson, Stephen Vogel, Lasse Thomassen, Camil Ungureanu, Kevin Olson, Eduardo Mendieta, James Gledhill, Christopher Voparil, Colin Koopman, Marianna Papastephanou, Christopher Zurn, Noëlle Mcafee, William E. Scheuerman, Daniel Gaus, Isaac Ariail Reed, Abigail Cary Moore, Mattias Iser, Edmund Arens, Javier Aguirre, Raphael Neves, William Rehg, Loren Goldman, Nikolas Kompridis, Peter J. Verovšek, Matt Sheedy, Anna Jurkevics, Vincent Colapietro, Michael C. Behrent, Giovana Borradori, Thomas Biebricher, Rocío Zambrana, Tilo Wesche, Alan Sica, Giovanna Borradori, Katie Tereazakis, John Abromeit, James Swindal, Martin Beck Matuštík, Hubertus Buchstein, Hans-Georg Moeller, Robert Danisch, Jerry Wallulis, Javier Gil, Eric J. Mohr, Peter Dews, Jörg Schaub, Hartmut Rosa, Johanna Meehan, Santiago Zabala
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  • Publication planned for: May 2019
  • availability: Not yet published - available from May 2019
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107172029

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  • Over a career spanning nearly seven decades, Jürgen Habermas - one of the most important European philosophers of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries - has produced a prodigious and influential body of work. In this Lexicon, authored by an international team of scholars, over 200 entries define and explain the key concepts, categories, philosophemes, themes, debates, and names associated with the entire constellation of Habermas's thought. The entries explore the historical, philosophical and social-theoretic roots of these terms and concepts, as well as their intellectual and disciplinary contexts, to build a broad but detailed picture of the development and trajectory of Habermas as a thinker. The volume will be an invaluable resource for students and scholars of Habermas, as well as for other readers in political philosophy, political science, sociology, international relations, cultural studies, and law.

    • Explains over 200 key terms and figures
    • Written by experts in the field
    • Covers the entirety of Habermas's philosophical body of work
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    Advance praise: 'A recent biography referred to Habermas as the most famous living philosopher in the world. But he is also one of the most poorly comprehended. That makes the appearance of this volume a real occasion for enthusiasm. Allen and Mendieta have assembled a remarkably strong group of scholars who provide the reader with a reliable guide to Habermas' central concepts and intellectual trajectory. This is a real gem of scholarship.' Stephen K. White, University of Virginia

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    • Publication planned for: May 2019
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107172029
    • dimensions: 253 x 177 mm
    • availability: Not yet published - available from May 2019
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Terms
    Part II. Names.

  • Editors

    Amy Allen, Pennsylvania State University
    Amy Allen is Liberal Arts Professor of Philosophy and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Head of the Philosophy Department at Pennsylvania State University. She is the author of three books: The Power of Feminist Theory: Domination, Resistance, Solidarity (1998); The Politics of Our Selves: Power, Autonomy, and Gender in Contemporary Critical Theory (2007); and The End of Progress: Decolonizing the Normative Foundations of Critical Theory (2016).

    Eduardo Mendieta, Pennsylvania State University
    Eduardo Mendieta is Professor of Philosophy and Affiliate Professor in the School of International Affairs at Pennsylvania State University. He is the author of The Adventures of Transcendental Philosophy (2002) and Global Fragments: Globalizations, Latinamericanisms, and Critical Theory (2007).

    Contributors

    Pieter Duvenage, Matthias Fritsch, Rúrion Melo, Maeve Cooke, Alessandro Ferrara, Joel Anderson, Peter E. Gordon, Juan Carlos Velasco, Jean L. Cohen, Felipe Gonçalves Silva, Hans-Peter Krueger, Amy Allen, Peter Niesen, Jeffrey Flynn, David Strecker, David Ingram, Robert C. Holub, Dafydd Huw Rees, Simone Chambers, Amos Nascimento, Federica Gregoratto, Hans-Herbert Kögler, Stefan Müller-Doohm, Melissa Yates, Joseph Heath, Matthias Lutz-Bachmann, Adela Cortina, Jesús Conill, Andrew Buchwalter, Maria Pia Lara, Barbara Fultner, Todd Hedrick, Martin Saar, Lenny Moss, Regina Kreide, David Rasmussen, Robin Celikates, Titus Stahl, Allison Weir, Max Pensky, Daniel Loick, James Gordon Finlayson, Cristina Lafont, Albena Azmanova, Hugh Baxter, David S. Owen, Martin Hartmann, Timo Jütten, Chad Kautzer, Simon Laumann Jørgensen, Lorenzo C. Simpson, Stephen Vogel, Lasse Thomassen, Camil Ungureanu, Kevin Olson, Eduardo Mendieta, James Gledhill, Christopher Voparil, Colin Koopman, Marianna Papastephanou, Christopher Zurn, Noëlle Mcafee, William E. Scheuerman, Daniel Gaus, Isaac Ariail Reed, Abigail Cary Moore, Mattias Iser, Edmund Arens, Javier Aguirre, Raphael Neves, William Rehg, Loren Goldman, Nikolas Kompridis, Peter J. Verovšek, Matt Sheedy, Anna Jurkevics, Vincent Colapietro, Michael C. Behrent, Giovana Borradori, Thomas Biebricher, Rocío Zambrana, Tilo Wesche, Alan Sica, Giovanna Borradori, Katie Tereazakis, John Abromeit, James Swindal, Martin Beck Matuštík, Hubertus Buchstein, Hans-Georg Moeller, Robert Danisch, Jerry Wallulis, Javier Gil, Eric J. Mohr, Peter Dews, Jörg Schaub, Hartmut Rosa, Johanna Meehan, Santiago Zabala

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