Transl. by Mooren, Nadine
Aims and Scope
Over the past two decades scholars in the fields of political and social philosophy have devoted much time to the subject of recognition. But what is recognition, exactly? Who (or what) can (or should) be recognized? What role does it play for individuals and society? This volume discusses these and other central questions from historical and systematic perspectives. In doing so, it helps define the framework of the discussion and advance recognition studies.
- viii, 223 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Personhood; personal identity; intersubjectivity
- Academics, Institutes, Libraries, Students