理性と歴史の狭間で:ハーバーマスと進歩思想<br>Between Reason and History : Habermas and the Idea of Progress (Suny Series in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences)

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理性と歴史の狭間で:ハーバーマスと進歩思想
Between Reason and History : Habermas and the Idea of Progress (Suny Series in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences)

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基本説明

Examines the role of the idea of progress both in Jürgen Habermas's critical social theory and in critical social theory in general.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    ix
Abbreviations xi
Introduction 1 (6)
The Idea of Progress and Critical Social 7 (24)
Theory
Critical Social Theory 7 (17)
Critical Hermeneutics 24 (5)
Summary 29 (2)
Habermas's Conception of Critical Social 31 (42)
Theory
Formal Pragmatics 33 (18)
Communicative Action 35 (9)
Sociocultural Lifeworld 44 (3)
Communicative Rationality 47 (4)
The Developmental Theory of Social Evolution 51 (14)
Habermas's Reconstruction of Historical 52 (10)
Materialism
Overview of the Mature Theory 62 (3)
The Theory of Modernity 65 (6)
Summary 71 (2)
The Developmental Theory of Social Evolution 73 (32)
General Considerations 73 (9)
Conceptual and Theoretical Distinctions 74 (5)
Epistemological Assumptions 79 (3)
Principal Elements 82 (23)
The Dimensions of Development 82 (5)
Rationalization 87 (3)
The Dynamic between Interaction and Labor 90 (5)
Developmental Logic and Empirical 95 (7)
Mechanisms
Social Evolution as a Learning Process 102(3)
The Idea of a Developmental Logic of History 105(68)
The Concept of Developmental Logic 107(23)
The Psychological Theoretic Conception 107(4)
Formal Properties 111(11)
The Social Theoretic Conception 122(8)
The Developmental Logic Thesis 130(43)
The Homological Arguments 131(26)
The Formal-Pragmatic Argument 157(7)
Further Questions 164(9)
Progress and Social Evolution 173(16)
Habermas's Conception of Progress 174(5)
The Dialectic of Progress 179(4)
A Differentiated Conception of Progress 183(3)
Summary and Conclusions 186(3)
Notes 189(18)
Bibliography 207(6)
Index 213