Seminário de Teoria Crítica:

Teoria Crítica, Modernidade e Decolonialidade

Das Andere der Kritischen Theorie / The Other of Critical Theory:
Psychoanalysis, Gender, Race / Ethnicity and Post-Coloniality
Gênero, Raça/Etnia e Pós-Colonialidade

Graduate Seminar on Critical Theory & Psychoanalysis: Gender, Race / Ethnicity and Post-Coloniality
Nythamar de Oliveira & Nuno Castanheira

DISCIPLINA: 61613-03 Teorias da Justiça, Ética e Filosofia Social I


Quintas-Feiras 9:00 h - Sala 232 Prédio 8 (Escola de Humanidades - PUCRS)
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0. Research Program Abstract:
"Recasting Naturalism and Normativity in Political Philosophy: Critical Theory, Reflective Equilibrium, and Normative Reconstruction"
As Pettit aptly pointed out, contemporary analytical political philosophy has been caught up in a naturalist-normative cul de sac, following the logical positivist dismissal of metaphysics and noncognitivist criticisms of value theories. On the one hand, "since there are few a priori truths on offer in the political arena, its only task in politics can be to explicate the feelings or emotions we are disposed to express in our normative political judgments." On the other hand, there remains the question of "how unquestioned values like liberty and equality should be weighted against each other."(Pettit, 2007, 8f.) Although most analytical thinkers saw that question as "theoretically irresoluble," the publication of John Rawls's A Theory of Justice in 1971 inaugurated a renewed interest in reconciling a priori claims that "may be relatively costly to revise" with the dense, changing flow of human experience, reminiscent of the practical-theoretical bridging pursued by the normative, emancipatory claims of Critical Theory, beyond positivist and instrumentalist approaches to social reality. In effect, Rawls conceived of an original position (ideal theory) as an attempt to model the considerations that determine the principles of justice for a well-ordered society, in which public criteria for judging the feasible, basic structure of society would be publicly recognized and accepted by all (nonideal theory). Hence the procedural device of rules or public criteria which parties in the original position would endorse prudentially is to be constructed from behind a veil of ignorance, so that the parties know nothing specific about the particular persons they are supposed to represent. Beyond the essentialist views of natural law and contractualist traditions, Rawls's normative conception of the person accounted for the ingenious strategy of resorting to a reflective equilibrium, conceived as a procedural device between a nonideal theory (where we find ourselves, citizens with considered judgments or common sense intuitions) and an ideal theory, in which a public conception of justice refers to free and equal persons with two moral powers (sense of justice and conception of the good). Reflective equilibrium belongs thus together with the original position and the well-ordered society, so as to carry out the thought-experiment of an ideal theory of justice which ultimately meets nonideal needs and capacities. To be sure, Rawls's original conception of "justice as fairness," following the Dewey Lectures, was recast into a "political liberalism" which resorted to a wide reflective equilibrium as a constructivist methodology of substantive justification, whose goal was certainly not to account for metaethical problems inherent in the ideas of justice and equal liberty, but to justify specific principles as a reasonable basis for public agreement in particular areas of social life. Baynes (2013, 489f.) has shown that Habermas's program of "normative reconstruction" in political philosophy explicitly refers to the Rawlsian idea of reflective equilibrium and his procedural conception for two reasons: "First, he [Habermas] claims that the fundamental ideal that forms the 'dogmatic core' of his theory is not itself simply one value among others, but reflects a basic norm implicit in the very idea of communicative action. Second, he claims that this ideal can in turn be used to describe a set of (ideal) democratic procedures. It is because the procedures sufficiently mirror this basic ideal, however, that we are entitled to confer a presumption of reasonableness or fairness upon them." According to Habermas, the normative grounds for reconstruction are implicit practices or cognitive schemas -and not unconscious experiences to be revealed by a reflective method (like psychoanalysis)-, whose reconstruction refers back to system-based rules as a general reference for all subjects in the process of identity formation and whose intuitive systems of knowledge and competencies depend on previous reconstructions (in empirical sciences like linguistics and cognitive psychology). In this research, I will investigate John Dewey's conception of reconstruction in moral and political philosophy (Dewey, 2004), as it has been critically appropriated by Rawls, Habermas, and Honneth, not only to account for the affinities between reflective equilibrium and normative reconstruction, but also with a view to better understanding why proceduralist versions of political constructivism remain a reasonable response to the ongoing challenges of cultural relativism and ever-changing pluralist, globalized societies (Benhabib 2002, 2004). Insofar as they both preserve the idea of objectivity in terms of a cognitivist view of moral normativity without falling back into intuitionist realism and reductionist versions of naturalism, I will argue that nature and culture are continuous with one another, hence an upshot of such a reconstructive conception of social evolution is that societies evolve to a higher level only when learning occurs with respect to their normative structures. Weak naturalism allows thus for social evolutionary processes guided by normative claims, in both reflexive and social terms, with a view to realizing universalizable, normative claims that are justified from the moral standpoint, always generated through reflective equilibrium, broadly conceived, and naturalized in a democratic ethos in the making. Like Rawls and Habermas, Benhabib and Honneth also resort to reflexive, reconstructive conceptions of critical theory, but by radicalizing the pragmatist turn vis à vis first and second generations, they also succeed in unveiling thick-thin problematizations within the very sought-after normativity in social, concrete experiences of freedom, recognition, and claims of cultural, political identities.


Introdução a Teorias da Justiça e à Filosofia Social e Política, explorando e aprofundando problemas e conceitos-chave da Teoria Política, Teoria Crítica e Epistemologia Social. Partindo da leitura de textos seletos de autores contemporâneos, tais como Walter Benjamin, Theodor W. Adorno, Max Horkheimer, Herbert Marcuse, Jürgen Habermas, Seyla Benhabib, Nancy Fraser, Axel Honneth, Judith Butler, Rainer Forst, Amy Allen, Martha Nussbaum, Hartmut Rosa e Wendy Brown, este seminário introduz, explora e aprofunda conceitos, problemas e discussões atuais em Teoria Crítica, normatividade social e filosofia política. Neste seminário, que dá continuidade a nossas investigações e discussões em teoria crítica, normatividade e naturalismo, devemos explorar conceitos e problemas político-filosóficos em torno de questões da recepção da psicanálise pela teoria crítica, de identidade de gênero, raça/etnia e pós-colonialidade, permitindo uma interlocução interdisciplinar com a Psicologia, Filosofia do Direito, Teorias da Justiça e a Neurofilosofia Social, sobretudo em torno dos afetos, emoções e sentimentos sociais em seu uso cada vez mais acentuado e problemático em contextos sociais e políticos. Quase todos os textos estão disponibilizados neste site ou na internet em português, espanhol, francês, alemão ou inglês.


2.1. Objetivos:
Introduzir o estudante a problemas contemporâneos de normatividade e aprofundar seus conhecimentos e reflexões em Teoria Crítica, Filosofia Política, Ética e Teoria Social.

2.2. Metodologia:
Trata-se de um curso expositivo-participativo, no qual serão requeridas leituras semanais, apresentações orais e a participação do aluno nos debates e workshops.

2.3. Avaliação:
Frequência obrigatória. Apresentação oral (pelo menos uma, em sala de aula). No final do semestre, entrega de um trabalho escrito (paper de 15 ou mais páginas; tópico e bibliografia a serem previamente discutidos com o professor).

2.4. Cronograma 2019/1:

Introdução à Teoria Crítica; problemas de Teoria Crítica: Gênero, Raça/Etnia e Pós-Colonialidade


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Oliveira, Nythamar de. 2016a. Tractatus practico-theoreticus. Porto Alegre: Editora Fi / EDUCS.
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Olson, Kevin. 2006. Reflexive Democracy: Political Equality and the Welfare State. MIT Press.
Owen, David S. 2010. Between Reason and History: Habermas and the idea of progress. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
Parfit, Derek. 2011. On What Matters, vols. I and II. Oxford University Press.
Perrick, Michael. 2016. Justification and False Belief: Gettier's First Point.
Pettit, Philip. 2002. Rules, Reasons and Norms. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Pinzani, Alessandro. 2007. Jürgen Habermas. München: Beck. Em port.: Artmed, 2009.
Prinz, Jesse. 2002. Furnishing the Mind: Concepts and Their Perceptual Basis. MIT Press.
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4.1 Past editions / Edições anteriores do Seminário:

KT Seminar: 2018/2: 9 agosto 2018: Introdução à Teoria Crítica e ao pensamento de Axel Honneth

Teoria Crítica, Justificação e Pluralismo (2017/1)

Neste ano em que celebramos os quinhentos anos da Reforma do século XVI (1517), lembramos que Rawls já observara que aquela inaugurou de maneira definitiva o pluralismo religioso no mundo ocidental moderno: foi sobretudo com a doutrina da separação Igreja-Estado, embasada no ensino dos dois reinos (Zwei-Reiche-Lehre) pelo monge agostiniano Martinho Lutero, que concretizou-se o problema das democracias liberais modernas, a saber, como é possível existir, ao longo do tempo, uma sociedade estável e justa de cidadãos livres e iguais, profundamente divididos por doutrinas religiosas, filosóficas e morais razoáveis? (How is it possible that there may exist over time a stable and just society of free and equal citizens profoundly divided by reasonable religious, philosophical, and moral doctrines?) O problema teológico-político da justificação, originariamente formulado por Lutero, está na própria origem do pluralismo religioso e do pluralismo político que viriam a consolidar nossas ideias democráticas de tolerância, liberdade, igualdade e solidariedade em nosso mundo pós-secular.

Habermas-Rawls Debate (Journal of Philosophy)

Alexandre Sapper, Rawls, The Idea of Public Reason Revisited (Law of Peoples)

"Critique of Public Reason Revisited: Kant as Arbiter between Rawls and Habermas"

Habermas, Truth and Justification, Intro & chapter 1, Carlos Roberto Ferreira, chapters 2-3

"Kant, Hegel e a Fundamentação Normativa da Ética"

3 Abril J.G. Engelmann, Political liberalism (VII). New York: Columbia University Press, 1996
HEGEL, G. W. F. Elements of Philosophy of Right. Trad. H.B. Nisbet. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991, par. 36, 66, 75, 258 edition
Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts
Habermas, Truth and Justification, chapters 4-7

10 Abril Benhabib, The Claims of Culture

17 Abril Benhabib, "Feminist theory and Hannah Arendts concept of public space"

24 Abril Fraser, Justice interruptus

8 Maio Nancy Fraser

15 Maio Butler, Giving an Account of Oneself; Kassius Kirsten, A teoria do reconhecimento de Honneth e sua reatualização da Filosofia do Direito de Hegel

22 Maio Judith Butler

29 Maio Forst, The Right to Justification

5 Junho Rainer Forst

12 Junho Forst, Justification and Critique

19 Junho Luis Rosenfield, Robert Cover, Nomos e narração

Martin Jay, The Creation of the Institut für Sozialforschung and Its First Frankfurt Years
Wiki "Socialisme" (français)
Michael Brie und Christoph Spehr, "Was ist Sozialismus?" (Kontrovers, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung)

18/8: Emil, Rahel Jaeggi, Entfremdung 1-2-3

25/8: Nythamar, Rahel Jaeggi, Entfremdung 4-5-6

1/9: Emil, Rahel Jaeggi, Entfremdung 7-8

8/9: Nythamar, Rahel Jaeggi, Entfremdung 9-10

15/9: Thais Marques, Amy Allen / Nythamar, Amy Allen, The End of Progress 1-2

22/9: Workshop de Teoria Crítica
Prof. Dr. Dirk Stederoth (Universidade de Kassel)
"Lady Gaga, Indústria Cultural e Música"
Prof. Dr. Hans-Georg Flickinger (Universidade de Kassel)
"Hegel, Marx e Teoria Crítica"
Auditório Térreo Prédio 40 (Museu)

29/9: 9:00 horas Emil, Amy Allen The End of Progress 3-4

29/09 às 10:00 h: Palestra: "Global challenges: homogenisation, authoritarianism, and war"
Prof. Dr. Marek Hrubec (Charles University, Praga, Rep. Tcheca)
Auditório Térreo do prédio 40 (Museu) PUCRS

6/10: Emil, Amy Allen The End of Progress 5-6

13/10 às 9:00 horas Nythamar, Wendy Brown, Undoing the demos, cap. 1-3
13/10 às 10:00 horas Palestra: "Lucratividade e Distribuição: A Origem Econômica da Crise Política Brasileira"
Prof. Dr. Adalmir Marquetti (PPG-Economia, PUCRS)
Auditório do Prédio 40 (Museu)

20/10: Não temos encontro (Anpof)

27/10: Leandro Cordioli, Justiça, Direito e Coerção em John Finnis: Legitimidade e Extensão da Punição Criminal pelo Estado; Nythamar, Wendy Brown, Undoing the demos, cap. 3-4 (Anpocs)

3/11: Emil, Wendy Brown, Undoing the demos, cap. 5-6 e epílogo

10/11: Diogo da Luz / Nythamar, Vladimir Safatle, O Circuito dos Afetos, 1-2

17/11: Emil, Vladimir Safatle, O Circuito dos Afetos 3

24/11: 9:00 h : Axel Honneth, The Idea of Social Freedom
10:00 h: Profa Dra Claudia Drucker (UFSC), Hegel, Heidegger e Adorno

Seminário Glas-Derrida (2016/1):
Neste seminário, que dá continuidade a nossas investigaçõees e discussões em teoria crítica, normatividade e filosofia política, devemos explorar o pensamento político-filosófico de Jacques Derrida, através de seu controverso texto Glas (Paris: Galilée, 1974) e escritos afins. Em seu não menos polêmico livro Der philosophische Diskurs der Moderne (Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1982), Habermas criticou o esteticismo de Derrida, de autores pós-estruturalistas e pós-modernos franceses, que se aproximariam de Benjamin e Adorno pela sua incapacidade de evitar um decisionismo moral e uma forma sutil de historicismo. Neste semestre, nos propomos a revisitar esses e outros problemas inerentes à querela entre modernistas e pós-modernos, o nivelamento entre filosofia (esp. Hegel) e literatura (Genet), a desconstrução da subjetividade moderna e oposições binárias entre filosofia e não-filosofia (esp. psicanálise e literatura), indivíduo e sociedade, religião, gênero e sexualidade, alteridade e identidade. Além de explorar Glas, vamos abrir para leituras, debates e apresentações de vários textos correlatos em filosofia política (Signature, Event, Context; Politics of Friendship; Specters of Marx; Force of Law: The Mystical Foundations of Authority; Philosophy in a Time of Terror: Dialogues with Jürgen Habermas and Jacques Derrida) quase todos disponibilizados na internet em espanhol ou inglês, mas vamos usar as versões disponíveis em português, francês e alemão para quem se interessar.
Download PDF Glas in English, translation John P. Leavy Jr. and Richard Rand

Download PDF Glas I en français

7 Março : Introdução à Filosofia Política de Jacques Derrida; Fabricio Pontin (Husserl), Fabio de Caprio (Fenomenologia e Hermenêutica), Nythamar de Oliveira (Glas)

Derrida en Castellano

Evando Nascimento, Derrida [acesso online Biblioteca PUCRS]

14 Março : coluna Hegel (Glas, English edition, p. 1-43) / "Hegel, Heidegger, Derrida: Desconstruindo a Mitologia Branca"

Marges --de la philosophie


De la grammatologie

Hegel by HyperText

Phänomenologie des Geistes

21 Março : Felipe S. Karasek, "Sobre a Interpretação da Natureza: Contribuições e Limites do Naturalismo para o Problema da Moral na Filosofia de Nietzsche" (a partir das 9:00 h, com a participação dos Professores Oswaldo Giacoia e Clademir Araldi)

28 Março : coluna Genet (Glas, English edition, p. 1-43) / Prof. Eduardo Luft, "Hegel, Ontologia e Sistema"

4 Abril : coluna Hegel (p. 44-86) / Jeverton Soares dos Santos, "Teologia politica e utopia social: apontamentos sobre a concepção messiânica de justiça de Walter Benjamin"

Tesis doctoral sobre Glas (Beatriz Blanco Vazquez)

Hegel after Derrida, edited by Stuart Barnett

Eticidade e Religião: O Comunitarismo do Jovem Hegel

Glas Seminar Power Point Presentation

11 Abril : coluna Genet (p. 44-86) / coluna Hegel (p. 87-139)

"Adeus: Derrida, Levinas e a epifania do Outro"

J.D., Limited Inc

18 Abril : coluna Genet (p. 87-139)

"Desconstruindo a Libertação: Derrida, Teologia e Filosofia Política"

25 Abril : coluna Hegel (p. 140-182) / Leandro Cordioli, "Como dizer algo útil em filosofia prática? Considerações a respeito da Política, IV, 1, de Aristóteles"

J.D., Acts of Religion

"The Bells" by Edgar Allan Poe (read by Tom O'Bedlam)

Bussy: Les Cloches/The Bells

2 Maio : coluna Genet (p. 140-182) / Prof. Ricardo Timm de Souza, "Rosenzweig e o múltiplo como origem"

9 Maio : coluna Hegel (p. 183-225) / Carlos Roberto Ferreira, "Kabbalah e Derrida: misticismo e desmitologização"

Jacques Derrida,"Il courait mort": salut, salut

Jean Genet, Journal du voleur

Cliff Sargent's YouTube review of Genet's Funeral Rites

16 Maio : coluna Genet (p. 183-225) / Prof. Fabio Caprio de Castro, "O Saint Genet de Sartre"

23 Maio : coluna Hegel (p. 226-261) / Prof. Norman Madarasz, "Résistances... da filosofia (à psicanálise)"

Freud y la escena de la escritura [Freud et la scène de l'écriture, Institut de Psychanalise, 1966, L'écriture et la différence, 1967]

La Tarjeta Postal. De Sócrates a Freud y más allá [La Carte postale. De Socrates à Freud et au-delà. Paris: Flammarion, 1980]

Mal de Archivo. Una Impresión Freudiana [Mal d'archive. Une impression freudienne. Paris: Galilée, 1995]

Psyché. Inventions de l'autre. Paris: Galilée, 1987 [in English]

Estados de ânimo del Psicoanálisis [états de l'âme de la psychanalyse: l'impossible au-delà d'une souveraine cruauté, Paris, 2000]

René Major, "Derrida, lecteur de Freud et de Lacan" (2002)

Elogio del psicoanálisis [Diálogo entre Jacques Derrida y Elisabeth Roudinesco. De quoi demain... Dialogue. Paris, Fayard/Galilée, 2001]

Psychoanalysis Links (Freud, Lacan and Klein)

30 Maio : coluna Genet (p. 226-261) / Jair Tauchen, "Vilém Flusser, Linguagem e Realidade"

Force of Law

Derridex: Force de loi. Le "Fondement mystique de l'autorité"

Traces: Exceptions

13 Junho : Force de Loi / Force of Law: The Mystical Foundations of Authority / Charles Borges, "Instinto e instituição em Deleuze"

Philosophy in a time of terror: dialogues with Jürgen Habermas and Jacques Derrida

20 Junho : Philosophy in a Time of Terror: Dialogues with J. Habermas and J. Derrida / Antonio Minghetti, "Derrida e sua teoria da tradução"

Cronograma 2015/2:

13/08 : Introdução à Teoria Crítica: Habermas, Faktizität und Geltung: Beiträge zur Diskurstheorie des Rechts und des demokratischen Rechtsstaats [FuG]

20/08 : Emil: I. Recht als Kategorie der gesellschaftlichen Vermittlung zwischen Faktizität und Geltung

27/08 : Nythamar: II. Soziologische Rechts- und philosophische Gerechtigkeitskonzepte

3/09 : Emil: III. Zur Rekonstruktion des Rechts (1): Das System der Rechte

10/09 : Não teremos encontro (Anptecre)

17/09 : Nythamar:IV. Zur Rekonstruktion des Rechts (2): Die Prinzipien des Rechtsstaates

24/09 : Não teremos encontro (Semana Acadêmica do PPG-Filosofia)

1/10: Emil: V. Unbestimmtheit des Rechts und Rationalität der Rechtsprechung

8/10: Nythamar: VI. Justiz und Gesetzgebung. Zur Rolle und Legitimität der Verfassungsrechtsprechung

15/10: Emil: VII. Deliberative Politik - ein Verfahrensbegriff der Demokratie

22/10: Nythamar: VIII. Zur Rolle von Zivilgesellschaft und politischer Öffentlichkeit

29/10: Emil: IX. Paradigmen des Rechts

5/11: Roundtable on Recognition & Justice (NoBrAINs Colloquium)
Moderator: Fabricio Pontin
Johannes Servan (University of Bergen, Norway), Social Distance, Depersonalization and Alienation
David Vogt (University of Bergen), Restorative Justice and Social Distance
Anders Ohnstad (University of Bergen), Individuality and collectivity in psychotherapy of addiction: Hegel, Freud, Lacan

12/11: Nythamar: Nachwort + VORSTUDIEN UND ERGÄNZUNGEN: I. Recht und Moral (Tanner Lectures 1986)

19/11: Emil: II. Volkssouveränität als Verfahren (1988)

Nythamar: III. Staatsbürgerschaft und nationale Identität (1990)

26/11: VII Simpósio Internacional sobre a Justiça

Cronograma 2015/1:
12.03 : J. Habermas, Theorie des kommunikativen Handelns [TKH] 19.03 : TKH, Band I: Handlungsrationalität und gesellschaftliche Rationalisierung
I. Einleitung: Zugänge zur Rationalitätsproblematik

26.03 : II. Max Webers Theorie der Rationalisierung

2.04 : kein Seminar : Osterfeiertag

9.04 : III. Erste Zwischenbetrachtung: Soziales Handeln, Zwecktätigkeit und Kommunikation

16.04 : IV. Von Lukács zu Adorno: Rationalisierung als Verdinglichung

23.04 : Band II Zur Kritik der funktionalistischen Vernunft
V. Der Paradigmenwechsel bei Mead und Durkheim: Von der Zwecktätigkeit zum kommunikativen Handeln

30.04 : VI. Zweite Zwischenbetrachtung: System und Lebenswelt

7.05 : VII. Talcott Parsons: Konstruktionsprobleme der Gesellschaftstheorie

14.05 : VIII. Schlussbetrachtung: Von Parsons über Weber und Marx

21.05 : Fabricio Pontin

Axel Honneth, Das Recht der Freiheit. Grundriss einer demokratischen Sittlichkeit (Suhrkamp, 2011; em ingl.: Freedom's Right: The Social Foundations of Democratic Life, Polity, 2014; Kindle e-book; en español: El derecho de la libertad: esbozo de una eticidad democrática)

14/08 : Introduction / Vorwort / Einleitung: Gerechtigkeitstheorie als Gesellschaftsanalyse

21/08 : Emil : Part I. Historical Background: The Right to Freedom / Historische Vergegenwärtigung: Das Recht der Freiheit
1. Negative Freedom and the Social Contract / Die negative Freiheit und ihre Vertragskonstruktion
2. Reflexive Freedom and Its Conception of Justice / Die reflexive Freiheit und ihre Gerechtigkeitskonzeption

28/08 : Nythamar : 3. Social Freedom and the Doctrine of Ethical Life / Die soziale Freiheit und ihre Sittlichkeitslehre
Transition: The Idea of Democratic Ethical Life / Übergang: Die Idee der demokratischen Sittlichkeit

4/09 : Emil : Part II. The Possibility of Freedom / Die Möglichkeit der Freiheit
4. Legal Freedom / Rechtliche Freiheit

11/09 : Nythamar : 5. Moral Freedom / Moralische Freiheit

18/09 : Nythamar : Part III. The Reality of Freedom / Die Wirklichkeit der Freiheit
6. Social Freedom / Soziale Freiheit
6.1. Das Wir persönlicher Beziehungen

25/09 : Emil : 6.2. Das Wir des marktwirtschaftlichen Handelns

2/10 : Nythamar : 6.3. Das Wir der demokratischen Willensbildung
(a) Demokratische Öffentlichkeit

9/10 : Emil : 6.3 (b) Demokratischer Rechtsstaat
6.3 (c) Politische Kultur: ein Ausblick

James Bohman, "Critical Theory," Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Norman Daniels, "Reflective Equilibrium," Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Rawls, John. 1999. "The Idea of Public Reason Revisited." (1997) In Collected Papers, ed. S.Freeman. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press. 1997, chapter 26. Political Liberalism, New York: Columbia University Press, revised edition, 1996. Lecture VI.
Baynes, Kenneth, 2013. "Rawls and Critical Theory." In Mandle Jon and David A. Reidy (editors). Blackwell Companion to Rawls.
Pettit, Philip. 2007. In Goodin, Robert, Philip Pettit and Thomas Pogge (editors). A Companion to Contemporary Political Philosophy. 2nd. Edition. Oxford: Blackwell. Redécouvrir la Théorie Critique
Adrian Wilding, "The Problem With Normative Reconstruction" 14:00 h : Debate Marcos Nobre (Unicamp) e André Singer (USP), Centro de Democracia (Auditório da FFCH - Prédio 5)
Honneth, Axel. 2009. The Pathologies of Reason: On the Legacy of Critical Theory. Columbia University Press. [Pathologien der Vernunft, 2007]
Honneth, Axel. 2003. Luta por reconhecimento: A gramática moral dos conflitos sociais. Trad. Luiz Repa. S. Paulo: Ed. 34. [Kampf um Anerkennung. 1999]
Honneth, Axel. 2013. The Pathologies of Reason: On the Legacy of Critical Theory. Columbia University Press. [Das Recht der Freiheit, 2011]
Palestra do Prof. Dr. Klaus-Gerd Giesen sobre guerra cibernética

Website do Prof. Dr. Klaus-Gerd Giesen (Université d'Auvergne, Clermont-Ferrand, France)

GT Teorias da Justiça (Anpof)

4.2. Related Links :

Glas: Bíblia, Hermenêutica e Desconstrução

"Stein, a Ontoteologia e a Cosmoteologia: Reconstruindo a Ontologia Social em Heidegger, Lukács e Honneth", in A. Bavaresco, J. Guedes & H. Assai (orgs.),Ensaios de Filosofia Social e Política: Esfera Pública, Justiça e Reconhecimento, 2015.

Habermas Website

"Habemus Habermas"

Jürgen Habermas, O Discurso Filosófico da Modernidade

Habermas: Mundo da Vida e Sistema

Theodor W. Adorno - Wer denkt, ist nicht wütend

A Democracia Deliberativa segundo Habermas

PDF paper on economics and Habermas's TkH

Wikipedia (auf Deutsch): Jürgen Habermas

Wikipedia (auf Deutsch): TKH

Wikipedia (auf Deutsch): Lebenswelt

Website sobre Husserl

Wiki on Hegel's Philosophy of Right

Hegel Net

Kant, Hegel e a Fundamentação da Ética

Eticidade e Religião: O Comunitarismo do Jovem Hegel

Resenhas do livro "Das Recht der Freiheit"

Wiki on Axel Honneth

Foucault Seminar

Séminaire Gilles Deleuze

Critical Theory Seminar

Axel Honneth, "Reification"

Axel Honneth, Revista Civitas

Axel Honneth à l'Ecole Normale Sup
Axel Honneth, Das Recht der Freiheit. Grundriss einer demokratischen Sittlichkeit (Suhrkamp, 2011)
Axel Honneth Seminar

Seyla Benhabib Yale Page
YouTube: Seyla Benhabib on Migrations and Human Rights

Frankfurt School Archive
"Kritische Theorie" bei Wikipedia
Critical Theory Megasite
Wiki on KT
Stanford Encyclopedia entry on KT

Wikipedia entry on "Reification"

Rurion Melo, "Reificação e Reconhecimento: Um estudo a partir da teoria crítica da sociedade de Axel Honneth"

Fabio L. T. Crocco, "Georg Lukacs e a reificação: Teoria da constituição da realidade social"

Rogério Castro, "Lukacs e o fenômeno da reificação"

Seyla Benhabib, Critique, Norm, and Utopia, Chapters 1 and 5

Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer, "The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception"(1944)

Karl Marx, "Estranged Labour" (1844)

Gyorgy Lukács, "Reification and the Consciousness of the Proletariat" (1923)

The Critical Theory Project

Critical Theory & Frankfurt School Portal

Kellner, "Critical Theory Today"

William Leiss, "CriticalTheory and its Future"

Jürgen Habermas Archive
Habermas Forum
Adorno & Horkheimer, Dialektik der Aufklärung, Querido, 1947
Herbert Marcuse, One-Dimensional Man
2007 Talks by A. Honneth (audio)
Blog entry on Reification
Wikipedia entry on Axel Honneth
Wikipédia (français) Axel Honneth
Wikipedia (Deutsch) Axel Honneth
Book Review of The Critique of Power
Professor Honneth's Research Program at the Institut für Sozialforschung, Frankfurt
Deranty, Axel Honneth's ethics of recognition
Número da Revista "Civitas" 8/1 (2008) sobre Axel Honneth

Habermas-Rawls Blog
A. Honneth's Tanner Lecture on Reification
A. Honneth's Research Program at Frankfurt: "Paradoxes of Capitalist Modernization" (2006)
Interview avec Axel Honneth Le Monde
Entrevista com Axel Honneth Folha de São Paulo
A. Honneth, "Gerechtigkeit und kommunikative Freiheit. Überlegungen im Anschluss an Hegel" (auf Deutsch)
A. Honneth, "Reconnaissance et justice" (en français)
A. Honneth, Entretien Philomag (en français)
Patterns of Intersubjective Recognition, Cap. 5 do "Struggle for Recognition"
Resenha do livro de A. Honneth (em port.)
Joel Anderson, Introduction to A. Honneth's The Struggle for Recognition
Neurophilosophy Graduate Seminar (Spring 2014)

Contemporary French Philosophy Graduate Seminar (in French): SÉMINAIRE "FOUCAULT: L'OEUVRE CONTINUE" (Spring 2014)

World Religions - REL 1220 (U Toledo DL)

Modern Philosophy Undergrad Seminar: Immanuel Kant (Spring 2014)

Contemporary Moral Problems - PHIL 2400-902 (U Toledo DL)

Spinoza Ethics Seminar

"O Déficit Normativo do Ethos Democrático Brasileiro"

Spinoza's Critical Hermeneutics of Revelation Fall 2013

Normativity, Naturalism, and Social Philosophy
(Critical Theory Seminar, Aug-Dec 2012)

Ethics Undergraduate Seminar (Aug-Dec 2012)

Medical Ethics (U Toledo DL)

Toward a Latin American Indigenous Philosophy
Philosophy of Culture

Der Wille zur Macht: Nietzsche-Seminar
Nietzsche e o perspectivismo político
Andrew Feenberg, "Philosophy of Technology at the Crossroads"
Wiki sobre "Técnica e Ciência como Ideologia" (em port.)

Hegel, Georg W.F. 1821. Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts
______. Hegel's Philosophy of Right

Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
PHIL 3750 Social and Political Philosophy

YouTube video clips:
Th. W. Adorno und pop music
Adorno on pop music
Max Horkheimer
Herbert Marcuse (1976 interview)
M. Foucault
M. Heidegger
J.-P. Sartre
Jürgen Habermas Interview
Habermas Lectures on Kant's Cosmopolitanism
Axel Honneth interview
Website Fenomenologia
PDF version: "Towards a Phenomenology of Liberation" (APA Newsletter Fall 2010)
Husserl & Heidegger
Liberation Seminar: Latin American Theology and Political Philosophy
Experiments in Philosophical Culture:
Greek Philosophia
Latin Philosophia
Deutsche Philosophie
Philosophie française

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