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Title A companion to continental philosophy / edited by Simon Critchley and William R. Schroeder
Published Oxford, UK ; Malden, Mass. : Blackwell, 1998

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Description xv, 680 pages ; 26 cm
Series Blackwell companions to philosophy
Blackwell companions to philosophy.
Contents Introduction: what is Continental philosophy? / Simon Critchley -- pt. I. The Kantian Legacy. 1. The context and problematic of post-Kantian philosophy / Frederick C. Beiser. 2. Kant / Robert B. Pippin. 3. Fichte / Ludwig Siep. 4. Early German Romanticism: Friedrich Schlegel and Novalis / Ernst Behler. 5. Schelling / Jean-Francois Courtine. 6. Hegel / Stephen Houlgate -- pt. II. Overturning the Tradition. 7. Feuerbach and the Young Hegelians / Lawrence S. Stepelevich. 8. Marx / Michel Henry. 9. Kierkegaard / Merold Westphal. 10. Schopenhauer / Robert Rethy. 11. Nietzsche / Charles E. Scott. 12. Freud / John Deigh. 13. Bergson / Pete A.Y. Gunter -- pt. III. The Phenomenological Breakthrough. 14. Neo-Kantianism / Steven Galt Crowell. 15. Husserl / Rudolf Bernet. 16. Scheler / Manfred S. Frings. 17. Jaspers / Kurt Salamun. 18. Heidegger / John D. Caputo -- pt. IV. Phenomenology, Hegelianism and Anti-Hegelianism in France. 19. Kojeve / Stanley Rosen. 20. Levinas / Hent De Vries. 21. Sartre / Thomas R. Flynn. 22. de Beauvoir / Kate Fullbrook and Edward Fullbrook. 23. Merleau-Ponty / Bernhard Waldenfels. 24. Bataille / Robert Sasso. 25. Blanchot / Paul Davies -- pt. V. Religion without the Limits of Reason. 26. Rosenzweig / Paul Mendes-Flohr. 27. Buber / Maurice Friedman. 28. Marcel / Philip Stratton-Lake -- pt. VI. Three Generations of Critical Theory. 29. Benjamin / Rebecca Comay. 30. Horkheimer / Gunzelin Schmid Noerr. 31. Adorno / Hauke Brunkhorst. 32. Bloch / Hans-Dieter Bahr. 33. Marcuse / Douglas Kellner. 34. Habermas / Thomas McCarthy. 35. Third generation critical theory / Max Pensky -- pt. VII. Hermeneutics. 36. Schleiermacher / Ben Vedder. 37. Dilthey / Rudolf A. Makkreel. 38. Gadamer / Dennis J. Schmidt. 39. Ricoeur / Richard Kearney -- pt. VIII. Continental Political Philosophy. 40. Lukacs / Gyorgy Markus. 41. Gramsci / Ernesto Laclau. 42. Schmitt / G.L. Ulmen. 43. Arendt / Robert Bernasconi. 44. Lefort / Bernard Flynn. 45. Castoriadis / Fabio Ciaramelli -- pt. IX. Structuralism and After. 46. Levi-Strauss / Marcel Henaff. 47. Lacan / William J. Richardson. 48. Althusser / Jacques Ranciere. 49. Foucault / Paul Patton. 50. Derrida / Geoffrey Bennington. 51. Deleuze / Brian Massumi. 52. Lyotard / Jacob Rogozinski. 53. Baudrillard / Mike Gane. 54. Irigaray / Tina Chanter. 55. Kristeva / Kelly Oliver. 56. Le Doeuff / Moira Gatens -- Afterword / William R. Schroeder
Summary With 58 original essays by major experts, this Companion provides the first survey of all the major figures of nineteenth -- and twentieth-century continental philosophy. Each essay explains and develops the key ideas of a central figure as they relate to such areas as art theory, cultural studies, social and political theory, psychology, and the sciences
Representing the entire development of post-Kantian continental philosophy, the volume functions as an essential reference work for philosophers and those engaged in the many disciplines (including literary theory and cultural studies) that are integral to continental and European philosophy
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Philosophy, Modern -- 19th century.
Philosophy, Modern -- 20th century.
Philosophy, European.
Philosophy, European -- 20th century.
Continental philosophy.
Genre/Form E-reference
E-books
Author Critchley, Simon, 1960-
Schroeder, William Ralph.
LC no. 97010146
ISBN 0631190139 hardback alkaline paper