Table of contents for The Frankfurt school revisited : and other essays on politics and society / Richard Wolin.

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CONTENTS
 
Acknowledgments										
Introduction: The Frankfurt School Revisited 				
I. The Frankfurt School Revisited 
1. Between Proust and the Zohar: Walter Benjamin¿s Arcades Project 
2. The Adorno Centennial: the Apotheosis of Negative Dialectics 
3. What is Heideggerian Marxism? On the Unknown Herbert Marcuse 
4. Critical Reflections on Marcuse¿s Theory of Revolution 
5. The Lion in Winter: Leo Lowenthal and the Integrity of the Intellectual 
6. Levinas and Heidegger: The Anxiety of Influence
7. Karl Jaspers: The Paradoxes of Mandarin Humanism 		 
II. Exiting Revolution
8. What We Can Learn From the Revolutions of 1989 
9 . From the ¿Death of Man¿ to Human Rights:
the Paradigm Change in French French Intellectual Life, 1968-86 
10. The Republican Revival: Reflections on French Singularity 
Postscript: Hexagon Fever 
11. What is Global Democracy? 
12. Religion and Public Reason: A Contemporary Debate 
13. The Disoriented Left: A Critique of Left Schmittianism
 
14. Kant at Ground Zero: Philosophers Respond to September 11 
Notes
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Frankfurt school of sociology.
Critical theory.