190 Reviews

Colin Mooers, Imperial Subjects: Citizenship in an Age of Crisis and Empire Jeffery R. Webber Gabriel Rockhill, Radical History and the Politics of Art Andrew Stefan Weiner Pamela M. Lee, Forgetting the Art World Marina Vishmidt Andrew Feenberg, The Philosophy of Praxis: Marx, Lukács and the Frankfurt School Konstantinos Kavoulakos Fred Moseley and Tony Smith, […]

Constitutional state and democracy

In his Between Facts and Norms, [1] Jürgen Habermas offers a justification of the ʻdemocratic constitutional stateʼ from the viewpoint of his communicative or discourse theory, and gives a thorough exposition of his conception of democratic politics. In what follows I will attempt to give a general outline of Habermasʼs political philosophy and to suggest […]

Ruptured formalism

Ruptured formalism The challenge of bioethics and the limits of moral formalism Konstantinos kavoulakos When one of the most famous living philosophers takes a stand on certain moral dilemmas that arise from the current boom in developments in the biosciences, it is natural that it should provoke great interest – all the more so as […]