Lukács's phenomenology of capitalism : reification revalued / Richard Westerman ; series editor's foreword by Michael J. Thompson.

Author
Westerman, Richard [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2019]
Description
xvii, 308 pages ; 22 cm

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Subject(s)
Writer of foreword
Series
Political philosophy and public purpose [More in this series]
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction: The Lukacs Debate
  • 1. Romantic Anti-capitalism
  • 2. The Equality of Subject and Object
  • 3. Untangling the Web of Influence
  • 4. Argument
  • Bibliography
  • pt. I The Road to Reification
  • 2. Reality and Representation in Art
  • 1. Truth Versus Judgement: Transcending Psychologism
  • 2. The Autonomy of Art: Fiedler and Riegl
  • 3. The Philosophical Framework: Husserl and Lask
  • 4. The Artwork as Totality
  • 5. Subject and Object
  • 6. Conclusion
  • 3. The History of History and Class Consciousness
  • 1. Revolutionary Eschatology
  • 2. The Theoretical Return to Heidelberg
  • 3. Conscious Knowledge to Conscious Being
  • 4. Conclusion
  • pt. II The Phenomenology of Capitalism
  • 4. The Forms of Social Reality
  • 1. The Division of the Object as Commodity
  • 2. The Logic of Social Forms
  • 3.
  • Totality and the Standpoint
  • 5. The Interpellation of the Subject
  • 1. Fichte Redivivus?
  • 2. The Problem of the Subject-Object Relationship
  • 3. The Ontic Interpellation of the Subject
  • 4. Agency and Subjectivity
  • 5. The Moral Imperatives of History
  • 6. Self-consciousness and Identity
  • 1. Consciousness and Experience
  • 2. The Structure of Individual Identity
  • 3. Selfhood and Social Being
  • pt. III Beyond the Proletarian Revolution
  • 7. The Social and the Natural
  • 1. The Domination of Nature
  • 2. The Duality of Nature and Society
  • 3. The Ontic Antinomy of Nature
  • 4. The Historical Basis of the Antinomy of Nature
  • 5. Conclusion
  • 8. Conclusion: Lukacs in Late Capitalism
  • 1. Back to Hegel and Marx
  • 2.
  • Towards a New Phenomenology of Social Being
  • 3. The Late Capitalist Subject
  • 4. The Rational Critique of Postmodernity
  • Bibliography.
ISBN
  • 9783319932866 ((hardcover))
  • 3319932861 ((hardcover))
OCLC
1051460284
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