1. Jacques Rancière and Axel Honneth: Two Critical Approaches to the Political, by Katia Genel
2. Between Honneth and Rancière: Problems and Potentials of a Contemporary Critical Theory of Society, by Jean-Philippe Deranty
Part II. A Critical Encounter
3. Critical Questions: On the Theory of Recognition, by Jacques Rancière
4. Remarks on the Philosophical Approach of Jacques Rancière, by Axel Honneth
5. A Critical Discussion
Part III. The Method of Critical Theory: Propositions
6. The Method of Equality: Politics and Poetics, by Jacques Rancière
7. Of the Poverty of Our Liberty: The Greatness and Limits of Hegel’s Doctrine of Ethical Life, by Axel Honneth
About the Author
Axel Honneth is professor of philosophy at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University of Frankfurt and the Jack C. Weinstein Professor for the Humanities at Columbia University. He is also the author of the Columbia University Press books Pathologies of Reason: On the Legacy of Critical Theory (2009) and Freedom’s Right: The Social Foundations of Democratic Life (2014).
Jacques Rancière is professor of philosophy emeritus at the University of Paris VIII. Among his major works translated into English are Hatred of Democracy (2007), Aesthetics and Its Discontents (2009), and Mute Speech: Literature, Critical Theory, and Politics (Columbia, 2011).
Katia Genel is associate professor of philosophy at the University of Paris I—Panthéon-Sorbonne.
Jean-Philippe Deranty is associate professor of philosophy at Macquarie University, Sydney.