Under Weber's Shadow: Modernity, Subjectivity and Politics in Habermas, Arendt and Macintyre

Ashgate (2012)
Introduction -- Modernity, politics and Max Weber -- One-sided rationalization: Habermas on modernity, discourse and emancipation -- Critiquing Habermas: intersubjectivity, ethics and norm-free sociality -- The burden of our times: Arendt on modern oblivion and the promise of politics -- Judging Arendt: citizenship, action and the scope of politics -- The new dark age: MacIntyre on bureaucratic individualism and the hope for an ethical polity -- Engaging MacIntyre: flourishing, modernity and political struggle -- Closing reflections: ethics, politics and strategy in the present.
Keywords Political sociology  Political ethics
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Call number JA76.B728 2012
ISBN(s) 9780754679080   075467908X   1409456099   9781409456094
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