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  1. 25. Apr. 2024 · Selected works: Fortschritt und Regression, Berlin: Surkamp (2023), CapitalismA Conversation in Critical Theory (with Nancy Fraser), Cambridge: Polity Press (2018), Critique of Forms of Life, Cambridge: Harvard University Press (2018); Alienation, New York: Columbia University Press (2014); Sozialphilosophie.

  2. 25. Apr. 2024 · Jaeggi gilt als eine Vertreterin der zeitgenössischen Kritischen Theorie. Seit 2018 ist sie Leiterin des Centres for Social Critique in Berlin. Monographien: "Fortschritt und Regression", Berlin: Suhrkamp (2023), "Capitalism - A Conversation in Critical Theory" (mit Nancy Fraser), Cambridge: Polity Press (2018); "Kritik von ...

  3. 24. Apr. 2024 · Fraser N, Jaeggi R (2018) Capitalism: A Conversation in Critical Theory (ed. Milstein B). Cambridge: Polity.

  4. 29. Apr. 2024 · Kempf, Victor (2014): Charles Masquelier: Critical Theory and Libertarian Socialism. In: Zeitschrift für philosophische Literatur. 2/4. 12 - 23. 5. Interviews Kempf, Victor / Sevignani, Sebastian (2023): Capitalism and Contested Publicity. A Conversation with Nancy Fraser. In: Philosophy and Social Criticism. Special Issue on Public ...

  5. Vor 6 Tagen · Criticism of capitalism is a critique of political economy that involves the rejection of, or dissatisfaction with the economic system of capitalism and its outcomes. Criticisms typically range from expressing disagreement with particular aspects or outcomes of capitalism to rejecting the principles of the capitalist system in its entirety. [1]

  6. 5. Mai 2024 · In this brilliant, wide-ranging conversation, political philosophers Nancy Fraser and Rahel Jaeggi identify capitalism as the source of the devastation and examine its in-built tendency to crisis.

  7. 3. Mai 2024 · The explanation this offers of the cultural dynamics shaping a context of authoritarian convergence provides vital materials towards a critical theory of a capitalism conditioned by increasing geopolitical tensions. Offering the concept of a ‘world civil war’ as an alternative to the rationalisations inherent in prevailing ...