Philosophy and Social Criticism 44 (2):126-130 (2018)

Rainer Forst
Goethe University Frankfurt
In this article, I comment on Stephen White’s version of critical theory as presented in A Democratic Bearing. I specifically focus on his version of the “colonization thesis” and the social analysis this leads to. I also scrutinize his normative framework, especially the claim of non-foundationalism and the difference between his view and Kantian discourse theory.
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