Situating Rahel Jaeggi in the Contemporary Frankfurt Critical Theory

  title={Situating Rahel Jaeggi in the Contemporary Frankfurt Critical Theory},
  author={Giorgio Fazio},
  journal={Critical Horizons},
  pages={116 - 127}
  • G. Fazio
  • Published 11 November 2019
  • Philosophy
  • Critical Horizons
ABSTRACT This article aims to show how the originality of Jaeggi’s contribution to recent debates in critical theory clearly emerges if one compares her approach with what in many ways represents its antecedent and constant point of reference: namely, the critical theory of Axel Honneth. This comparison offers a privileged way of grasping the advantages of Jaeggi’s approach with respect to that of Honneth. At the same time, reversing perspective, it permits us to focus on some open problems in… 
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