Rethinking Critical Theory: Emancipation in the Age of Global Social Movements / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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In a detailed discussion of post-communist eastern Europe, Islamic revivalism in Iran and the liberation struggle in South Africa, the author argues that modernity is poised between the threat of authoritarian politics of identity on one hand and the promise of opening up new democratic communicative organizations on the other.
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Table of ContentsIntroduction Marx, Critical Theory and Social MovementsPART ONEAuthority and TraditionFrom Praxis to CommunicationCommunication and EvolutionSocial Movements and the LifeworldPART TWOIntroductionLegitimation in Peripheral StatesThe Crisis of State SocialismIslamic JacobinsState, 'Race' and RegulationConclusion Modernity's Unfinished Business