The resurgence of pragmatism in political philosophy that has taken place in the last thirty years has been dominated by two main theoretical moves, the first consisting in reclaiming it as part of the liberal tradition, the second consisting in inscribing it within the broad camp of critical theories. Prominent in this second perspective have been the contributions of several representatives of the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory. As is known, Jürgen Habermas’s theory of deliberative democracy depends heavily on John Dewey’s theory of democracy. Axel Honneth has improved on this first stage by relying on Dewey in his conception of social freedom as well as in his most recent proposal for a...
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