Goetschel traces Heinrich Heine's (1979-1856) critical role in the formation of critical theory
and explores the ways in which his playful negotiations assert Jewish difference as a critically constitutive aspect of modernity--one that no longer requires erasure, but instead embraces difference as a creative and liberating force.
Synopsis: Defending pacifism against the charge that it is naively utopian, "Transformative Pacifism: Critical Theory
and Practice" by Andrew Fiala (Professor of Philosophy at California State University, Fresno) offers a critical theory
of the existing world order, and points in the direction of concrete ethical and political action.
The complex and contorted relationship between Critical Theory
and Maoism has been explored since its inception in what is known as Althusserianism, which hailed language or the symbolic as the new paradigm of the "politics of otherness." Fredric Jameson reminds us that "what is less often remembered, but what should be perfectly obvious from any reading of For Marx, is the origin of this new problematic in Maoism itself" (F.
ISLAMABAD -- A one-day seminar was held at the National University of Modern Languages (NUML) on the topic of the 'Contours of the Contemporary Critical Theory
Imagining global solidarity: critical theory
Concepts of Cabralism Amilcar Cabral and Africana Critical Theory
. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015, pp.
To establish a relationship between Fiction and Critical Theory
Lyons has applied critical theory
to a rigorous research design, which is subjected to ongoing questioning, reflection, and revision based on the different standpoints of Inuvialuit and their Euro-Canadian research partners on Inuvialuit history.
A clear example of this is constituted by the Critical theory
. This article seeks to review the conceptual structure and historical evolution of the Critical theory
and analyze its contribution to the disciplinary development of Nursing, as perspective and orientation of thought for the production of knowledge and in education.
Formulated in very different social and political circumstances by thinkers associated with the Institute for Social Studies in Frankfurt, Germany, in the first half of the 20th century, critical theory
requires substantial reconceptualization and modification in order to have value for the changed contexts of the 21st.
In contrast with the view of some contemporaries, like Fredric Jameson, who view the later work of first-generation Critical Theory
as more fruitful ground for critical theory
under conditions in which capital has become a nearly all-encompassing global system, Abromeit argues that it is Horkheimer's early work that can best contribute to a renewal of Critical Theory