By Axel Honneth
Drawing on his reassessment of Hegel’s sensible philosophy, Honneth argues that our notion of social justice could be redirected from a preoccupation with the rules of dispensing items to a spotlight at the measures for growing symmetrical relatives of popularity. This theoretical reorientation has far-reaching implications for the idea of justice, because it obliges this idea to interact at once with difficulties in regards to the association of labor and with the ideologies that stabilize kinfolk of domination.
within the ultimate a part of this quantity Honneth exhibits how the speculation of popularity offers a fruitful and illuminating means of exploring the relation among social copy and identification formation. instead of seeing teams as regressive social kinds that threaten the autonomy of the person, Honneth argues that the ‘I’ depends on types of social acceptance embodied in teams, for the reason that neither self-respect nor vanity will be maintained with out the supportive adventure of working towards shared values within the group.
this crucial new booklet via one of many major social philosophers of our time could be of serious curiosity to scholars and students in philosophy, sociology, politics and the arts and social sciences generally.
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The I in We: Studies in the Theory of Recognition by Axel Honneth