Table of contents for Kant and the culture of enlightenment / Katerina Deligiorgi.

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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements									i
Note on the texts used							ii-viii
Introduction: A Critical Answer to the Question: What is Enlightenment? 	1
Chapter 1: The Enlightenment in Question
1. Enlightenment as an 'Age of Criticism'						19
2. Diderot, Rousseau, and the tasks of criticism					23
3. Diderot's normative impasse							30
4. Rousseau's conception of freedom and its problems				46
5. Mendelssohn, Reinhold, and the limits of enlightenment			62
Chapter 2: The Idea of a Culture of Enlightenment
1. Kant's answer to the question 'What is Enlightenment?' 			82
2. A new approach to independent thinking					88
3. The culture of enlightenment: public argument as social practice		103
4. Communication, autonomy and the maxims of common understanding	117
5. Reason's good name and reason's public					130
6. Power and authority: Hamann on the immature and their guardians 	140 
Chapter 3: Culture as a Historical Project
1. Kant's attempt at a philosophical history					150 
2. The 'plan of nature': history from a political perspective			157
3. Teleological judgements of nature and of culture 				170
4. Culture and moral progress: two perspectives on rational ends 		180 
5. The a priori thread of history, providence, and the possibility of hope 	195 
Chapter 4: Nature and the Criticism of Culture
1. Schiller on the predicament of the 'moderns'					201
2. The failures of Enlightenment 							206 
3. Nature condemned: the severity of Kantian morality				215
4. Schiller's 'aesthetic state' and its criticism					226
5. Nature, reason, and the beginning of culture 					235 
Chapter 5: Culture After Enlightenment
1.	Enlightenment and its discontents 						241 
2.	Adorno and Horkheimer on enlightened thought	 			244 
3.	Foucault on the origin of norms						256
4.	Gilligan on mature adulthood 							268 
5.	Culture within the bounds of reason						278 
Notes 											284 
Bibliography										352

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804.
Philosophy, Modern -- 18th century.