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Beverley Best, Werner Bonefeld & Chris O'Kane

In: The SAGE Handbook of Frankfurt School Critical Theory

Chapter 68: Introduction: Contexts of Critical Theory

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Introduction: Contexts of Critical Theory
Introduction: Contexts of Critical Theory
Beverley Best Werner Bonefeld Chris O'Kane

Volume 3 is entitled ‘Contexts of Critical Theory’. It brings together two distinct contributions. First, it discusses how critical theory emerged and developed in dialogue with and through the critique of other traditions and discourses, some of which it appropriated and transformed such as Marxism and psychoanalysis, others by way of challenging, critiquing or indeed polemically rejecting them. Second, it explores how critical theory lives on in a variety of contemporary contexts, likewise either by illuminating them critically, or negating them conceptually, or opposing them polemically. Volume 3 comprises three sections on the contexts of its emergence, the contexts of ...

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