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    Title: 論霍耐特的承認理論與做為社會病理學診斷的批判理論
    Other Titles: On Honneth’s Theory of Recognition and the Diagnosis of Social Pathology in Critical Theory
    Authors: 林遠澤
    Contributors: 哲學系
    Keywords: 霍耐特;承認理論;批判理論;社會病理學;物化;Axel Honneth;Theory of Recognition;Critical Theory;Social Pathology;Reification
    Date: 2016-04
    Issue Date: 2016-06-15 11:07:34 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文將依據批判理論的否定性、規範性與解放性等三方面的理論向度,闡釋霍耐特如何透過他的承認理論,為批判理論的社會病理學診斷,提供使人能從生命扭曲的痛苦中,得到解放的療癒方案。透過論述霍耐特對於承認形式的類型學、蔑視的社會動力學與做為遺忘承認的物化之分析,本文也將展示出法蘭克福學派在批判理論方面的理論傳承,以及它在當代社會中的重要意義。
    From his theory of recognition, Axel Honneth has derived a critical diagnosis for social pathology and provided the possibility of liberation for those who are suffering from distortion and deformation of social life. This paper will elaborate how theory of recognition works its way in terms of negativity, normativity, and emancipation, all of which are embedded in the critical theory. In doing so, that is expounding how Honneth analyzed the typology of recognition, social dynamics of disrespect, and reification as forgetfulness of recognition, Frankfurt School’s inheritance of the critical theory and its significance in the modern-day will also be revealed.
    Relation: 哲學與文化, Vol.43, No.4, pp.5-32
    Data Type: article
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