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Author:
Kimberly Hutchings
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978-0415105088
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0415105080
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Routledge; 1 edition (December 24, 1995)
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"Kant, Critique and Politics not only shows the abiding relevance of Kant's critical philosophy for contemporary debates in social and political theory, international relations and feminist theory, but also challenges the view that it is a foundationalist argument.

"Kant, Critique and Politics not only shows the abiding relevance of Kant's critical philosophy for contemporary debates in social and political theory, international relations and feminist theory, but also challenges the view that it is a foundationalist argument " -Howard Caygill, author of "A Kant Dictionary, University of East Anglia "Hutchings possesses a gift for distillation and is able to summarize complicated arguments succintly

Professor Kimberly Hutchings started her academic career teaching philosophy at Wolverhampton University then moved to the Department of Politics at Edinburgh University, where she taught political and international theory and was also Head of Department (1999-2002).

Professor Kimberly Hutchings started her academic career teaching philosophy at Wolverhampton University then moved to the Department of Politics at Edinburgh University, where she taught political and international theory and was also Head of Department (1999-2002). She spent the years 2003-2014 in the International Relations Department at the London School of Economics, where she was Professor of International Relations (from 2007), and also Head of Department (2010-2013). Kimberly came to QMUL in 2014 and is Head of School 2019-20.

Kant, Critique and Politics book. But Kimberly Hutchings pulls it off. She provides a lucid description of Kant's critical project, the fundamental paradox of the limits of reason and critique and the impact this paradox has on reason, ethics, judgement and politics. This then sets up her int So it is hard to imagine a book that provides a comprehensive overview of the philosophies of Kant, Habermas, Arendt, Foucault and Lyotard, and then finishes out the text with investigations into Feminism and International Political Theory.

Kant, Critique and Politics examines the influence of Kantian critique on the work of such major and diverse theorists as Habermas, Arendt, Foucault and Lyotard.

Why does the ghost of Kant continue to haunt contemporary critical theory? . Kant, Critique and Politics examines the influence of Kantian critique on the work of such major and diverse theorists as Habermas, Arendt, Foucault and Lyotard. It offers an entirely new reading of Kant, challenging the orthodox distinctions between modernist and postmodernist theorizing, by illuminating how Kant's influence continues to structure critical debate. This is the first book to offer both a systematic reading of Kant and to contextualise his work in the light of the continental. This is the first book to offer both a systematic reading of Kant and to contextualise his work in the light of the continental tradition

Kant, Critique and Politics examines the influence of Kantian critique on the work of such major and diverse theorists as Habermas, Arendt, Foucault and Lyotard. This is the first book to offer both a systematic reading of Kant and to contextualise his work in the light of the continental tradition

Kimberly Hutchings is Professor of Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary University of London. She is a leading scholar in international relations theory.

Kimberly Hutchings is Professor of Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary University of London. Her work is influenced by the scholarly tradition that produced the Frankfurt School and Critical Theory.

1 online resource (xi, 219 pages). Kimberley Hutchings re-evaluates Kant's work in terms of its significance for the writings of Habermas, Arendt, Lyotard and Foucault. This, however, is not an exercise in the history of ideas; through her clear presentation of Kant's critical philosophy, Hutchings reveals that the critique is in fact a complex and highly ambiguous political practice.

Also by Kimberly Hutchings KANT, CRITIQUE AND POLITICS. Senior Lecturer in Political Theory University ofEdinburgh. Also by Roland Dannreuther.

Why does the ghost of Kant continue to haunt contemporary critical theory? Kant, Critique and Politics examines the influence of Kantian critique on the work of such major and diverse theorists as Habermas, Arendt, Foucault and Lyotard. It offers an entirely new reading of Kant, challenging the orthodox distinctions between modernist and postmodernist theorizing, by illuminating how Kant's influence continues to structure critical debate.This is the first book to offer both a systematic reading of Kant and to contextualise his work in the light of the continental tradition. It will be central to political philosophers and students of international relations and feminist theory.