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Author Westerman, Richard, author
Title Lukács's phenomenology of capitalism : reification revalued / Richard Westerman ; series editor's foreword by Michael J. Thompson
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2019]
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 RCHSS Library  B4815.L84 W37 2019    AVAILABLE    30560400655004
Descript xvii, 308 pages ; 22 cm
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Series Political philosophy and public purpose
Political philosophy and public purpose
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction: The Lukacs Debate -- 1. Romantic Anti-capitalism -- 2. The Equality of Subject and Object -- 3. Untangling the Web of Influence -- 4. Argument -- Bibliography -- pt. I The Road to Reification -- 2. Reality and Representation in Art -- 1. Truth Versus Judgement: Transcending Psychologism -- 2. The Autonomy of Art: Fiedler and Riegl -- 3. The Philosophical Framework: Husserl and Lask -- 4. The Artwork as Totality -- 5. Subject and Object -- 6. Conclusion -- Bibliography -- 3. The History of History and Class Consciousness -- 1. Revolutionary Eschatology -- 2. The Theoretical Return to Heidelberg -- 3. Conscious Knowledge to Conscious Being -- 4. Conclusion -- Bibliography -- pt. II The Phenomenology of Capitalism -- 4. The Forms of Social Reality -- 1. The Division of the Object as Commodity -- 2. The Logic of Social Forms -- 3
Totality and the Standpoint -- 4. Conclusion -- Bibliography -- 5. The Interpellation of the Subject -- 1. Fichte Redivivus? -- 2. The Problem of the Subject-Object Relationship -- 3. The Ontic Interpellation of the Subject -- 4. Agency and Subjectivity -- 5. The Moral Imperatives of History -- 6. Conclusion -- Bibliography -- 6. Self-consciousness and Identity -- 1. Consciousness and Experience -- 2. The Structure of Individual Identity -- 3. Selfhood and Social Being -- 4. Conclusion -- Bibliography -- pt. III Beyond the Proletarian Revolution -- 7. The Social and the Natural -- 1. The Domination of Nature -- 2. The Duality of Nature and Society -- 3. The Ontic Antinomy of Nature -- 4. The Historical Basis of the Antinomy of Nature -- 5. Conclusion -- Bibliography -- 8. Conclusion: Lukacs in Late Capitalism -- 1. Back to Hegel and Marx -- 2
Towards a New Phenomenology of Social Being -- 3. The Late Capitalist Subject -- 4. The Rational Critique of Postmodernity -- Bibliography
Subject Lukács, György, 1885-1971 -- Criticism and interpretation
Lukács, György, 1885-1971. fast (OCoLC)fst00031351
Phenomenology
Capitalism
Reification
Capitalism. fast (OCoLC)fst00846425
Phenomenology. fast (OCoLC)fst01060522
Reification. fast (OCoLC)fst01745835
Criticism, interpretation, etc. fast (OCoLC)fst01411635
Alt Author Thompson, Michael, 1973- writer of foreword
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