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DZPhil 2014; 62(2): 260–278 Amy Allen Herrschaft begreifen: Anerkennung und Macht in Axel Honneths kritischer Theorie Abstract: Axel Honneth frames his contribution to the tradition of critical theory as an attempt to do justice to both the structures of social domination in contem- porary Western societies and the practical resources for their overcoming. This paper assesses how well Honneth’s critical theory, which centers on the notion of the struggle for recognition, accomplishes the first of these two tasks. I argue that Honneth has yet to offer a fully

117 • 5 • Axel Honneth’s Hegelianism I. Hegelian Origins In the following I want to express enthusiastic solidarity with Axel Hon- neth’s inheritance and transformation of several core Hegelian ideas, and to express one major disagreement. The disagreement is not so much with anything he says as it is with what he doesn’t say. It concerns his rejection of Hegel’s theoretical philosophy, and so his attempt to reconstruct Hegel’s practical philosophy without reliance on that theoretical philosophy. This is of course not a novel claim in the “Critical Theory

Chapter 5 Honneth’s Criticism of Hegel’s Metaphysics Introduction In his book, “The Struggle for Recognition”, Axel Honneth reverts to the concept of recognition that has been developed by the young Hegel. At the same time, however, he claims that we cannot appeal to this concept just like that, because it remains connected to the “presuppositions of the metaphysical tradition”. Hegel’s “speculative thesis that the formation of the practical self presupposes mutual recognition between subjects” has to be reconstructed “in the light of empirical social psychology

3. Honneths Theorie der bürgerlichen Gesellschaft 3.1 Zu Honneths Preisgabe der Korporation Die Probleme der hegelschen Korporationslehre sind eine Herausforderung für alle Autoren, die sich um eine Aktualisierung der hegelschen Rechtsphilosophie bemühen. Ein Vorschlag, mit dem Korporationsproblem umzugehen, stammt vom Präsidenten der Internationalen Hegel-Vereinigung und prominentesten Re- präsentanten der dritten Generation der Frankfurter Schule – von Axel Honneth. Er argumentiert in Leiden an Unbestimmtheit (2001), dass es keiner

6  Axel Honneth und das Anerkennungs paradigma Axel Honneths Werk steht für den bisher wahrscheinlich ambitioniertesten Versuch, Anerkennung zum expliziten Kernbegriff der Philosophie zu machen. Bei Honneth wird Anerkennung in den Mittelpunkt dessen erhoben, was manche Kommentatoren bereits als ein neues „Paradigma“ der kritischen Sozial- und Politischen Philosophie bezeichnen. In der Tradition der Kritischen Theorie der „Frankfurter Schule“ stehend, ist es Honneths Ziel, Elemente und Gedanken früherer Generationen der Frankfurter Schule – von Theodor

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129 6 third generation critical theory: benhabib, fraser, and honneth Amy Allen Th e second generation of Frankfurt School critical theory was largely defi ned by one towering fi gure – Jürgen Habermas – and his reorientation of critical theory around issues of normative justifi cation, the pragmatics of language use, and, more recently, the discourse theory of morality, law, and politics.1 It is perhaps no surprise, then, that members of the third generation of critical theory have devoted a good deal of time and attention to developing criticisms of

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Honneth—Freedom’s Right Su Freedom’s Right New Directions in Critical Theory Honneth_9427_ffirs01_v2_main.indd 1 10/30/2013 4:11:24 PM Honneth—Freedom’s Right Su New Directions in Critical Theory Amy Allen, General Editor New Directions in Critical Theory presents outstanding classic and con- temporary texts in the tradition of critical social theory, broadly construed. The series aims to renew and advance the program of critical social theory, with a particular focus on theorizing contemporary struggles around gender, race, sexuality, class, and

Walzer, Onora O'Neill und ich selbst auf die ihnen vorgelegte Fragestellung gege- ben haben. Axel Honneth, Frankfurt/M.