Explores representations of ‘high-functioning’ adult autism in autobiographical, scientific and fictional texts to demonstrate the value of Cultural Studies towards understanding autism as a subjective condition and social category.
This book is concerned with the two-pronged question of how the relationship between citizens, the state and EU institutions has changed, and how direct democratic participation can be improved in a multi-layered Union.
This book offers a critical assessment of Axel Honneth’s complex and growing opus in social and political philosophy. It examines this in the context of the history and future of the Frankfurt School and in its relation to contemporary analytic approaches to social and political philosophy as well as postmodernist critics.
This volume offers insights into a unique philosophical landscape and enriches current Heidegger studies by offering fresh perspectives on his philosophy that are based on the traditions of Arabic and Persian Islamic philosophy
by Krishnan Srinivasan, James Mayall, Sanjay Pulipaka
This book throws light on whether Asian values constitute a specific genre that differentiates Asia from the West and feeds into its nations’ foreign policies, and whether there is a basic difference of opinion on values or merely an aspect of contemporary power politics.
Essays on the Transformative Thought of Lewis R. Gordon
by danielle davis
Offering a critical examination of Lewis Gordon’s work by international scholars engaging in radical epistemological transformation for social change, this volume explores the importance of radical theory and thinkers to push for projects of change in the area of Black Existentialism.
Offering new insights into Heidegger’s thought based on recently published texts, Richard Polt, one of the most respected contemporary commentators on Heidegger, presents a critical perspective that draws creatively on Heidegger’s thinking and makes original proposals for understanding human existence.