From the pioneering work of the Frankfurt School to Habermas's ongoing project, the influence of critical theory has been profound, penetrating deep into the all disciplines within the social sciences and humanities. This wide-ranging survey traces this influence on a large scale, presenting the past, the present and the future of critical theory.
David M. Rasmussen is Professor of Philosophy at Boston College. He is Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the journal
Philosophy and Social Criticism (1978- ), the
Philosophy and Social Criticism Book Series (1995- ), and
Cultural Hermeneutics (1973-7). He is the author of
Reading Habermas (1990),
Symbol and Interpretation (1974), and
Mythic-Symbolic Language and Philosophical Anthropology (1971), editor of
Universalism vs. Communitarianism: Contemporary Debates in Ethics (1990) and co-editor of
The Narrative Path (1989) and
The Final Foucault (1988).
Release date NZ
February 28th, 1999
Edited by David M. Rasmussen
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