New Philosophies of Labour: Work and the Social Bond (Social and Critical Theory)

New Philosophies of Labour: Work and the Social Bond (Social and Critical Theory)


probably the most vexing questions in modern political philosophy and social thought matters the framework during which to adopt a normatively well-grounded, empirically attuned critique of capitalist society. This quantity takes the talk ahead via presenting a brand new framework that emphasizes the critical anthropological value of labor (its position in constituting human subjectivity) in addition to the function paintings has within the formation of social bonds. Drawing at the philosophy of Hegel and the post-Hegelian culture of serious social thought, exact realization is given to the importance of popularity in paintings, the issues of misrecognition generated within the current tradition of capitalism, and the normative assets on hand for criticising it.

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