Can Modernity Survive?

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University of California Press, Jan 1, 1990 - Social Science - 177 pages
Can Modernity Survive? displays the full range of Heller's formidable talents for social and philosophical analysis. The papers collected together here provide an integrated statement of her distinctive position concerning the fate of humankind as we approach the twenty-first century. Can Modernity Survive? displays the full range of Heller's formidable talents for social and philosophical analysis. The papers collected together here provide an integrated statement of her distinctive position concerning the fate of humankind as we approach the twenty-first century.
 

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Contents

Can Everyday Life be Endangered?
43
Death of the Subject?
61
Are We Living in a World of Emotional Impoverishment?
79
What Is Practical Reason and What Is It Not?
92
The Concept of the Political Revisited
113
Freedom and Happiness in Kants Political Philosophy
128
Rights Modernity Democracy
145
Moses Hsiiantsang and History
160
Index
175
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