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Versuch einer philosophischen Ataxiologie
Richard Rortys Neopragmatismus und Adornos Negative Dialektik
Eine materialistische Philosophie der Differenz

want to maintain control over the form of the process of disbursement, and ensure accountability and applicability, there is a systemic preference for solutions to the detriment of the process of problematising what is actually at stake. Thus, he concludes, inter- and transdisciplinarity have lost the more radical socio-political content asso- ciated with the rise of these movements in the years around 1970. Osborne and his colleagues then propose to involve European ‘theory’ (French theory, German critical theory, literary criticism) in transdisciplinary

affirm about reality, is […] created by our affirmation. We invent the truth to utilize reality […] While for other doctrines a new truth is a discovery, for pragmatism it is an invention’ (1946: 256, emphasis in the original). The inventive power of intuition becomes clearest in relation to the stag- ing of problems. The problem of critical theory, as During underlines, is that it cannot account for the problem that does not presuppose a solution. During himself highlights this issue and refers to the positivist concept of problems tied to problem