[Autom. eng. transl.] How do societies work and how do they differ from communities? Are there collective actions? Can an individual be free and at the same time be part of a society? What is meant by mutual recognition? What does it mean to be and feel alienated? What does it mean to have and exercise a certain power? And the ideologies, do they still exist? In this volume Rahel Jaeggi and Robin Celikates offer a pregnant and incisive answer to these fundamental questions of contemporary social philosophy.
Discipline of which the main concepts, the reference positions and the historical development framework are briefly outlined, always from a stimulating thematic perspective.
An innovative and up-to-date text, indispensable for anyone wishing to approach this promising field of research which is becoming increasingly important in the international debate. Edited, introduction and translation by Marco Solinas, Foreword by Alessandro Ferrara and Afterword, by Barbara Henry.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] Social philosophy. An introduction|
|Publisher||Le Monnier Università|
|Number of pages||134|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
|Name||LE MONNIER UNIVERSITÀ|
- Critical theory
- Social philosophy