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Public sphere and reconstruction: on the constitution of a reconstructive paradigm within Critical Theory

Grant number: 14/11611-3
Support type:Research Projects - Thematic Grants
Duration: April 01, 2015 - March 31, 2020
Field of knowledge:Humanities - Philosophy - History of Philosophy
Principal Investigator:Marcos Severino Nobre
Grantee:Marcos Severino Nobre
Home Institution: Centro Brasileiro de Análise e Planejamento (CEBRAP). São Paulo , SP, Brazil
Assoc. researchers:ARTHUR OLIVEIRA BUENO ; Denilson Luís Werle ; Denise Cristina Vitale Ramos Mendes ; Felipe Gonçalves Silva ; Fernando Monteiro Rugitsky ; Inara Luisa Marin ; Ingrid Cyfer ; Luiz Sérgio Repa ; Raphael Cezar da Silva Neves ; Rúrion Soares Melo ; Sergio Costa
Associated grant(s):19/11625-8 - 12th International Critical Theory Conference in Rome, AR.EXT
18/03099-1 - Conference Philosophy and Social Science, AR.EXT
18/07621-4 - 11th International Critical Theory Conference in Rome., AR.EXT
Associated scholarship(s):19/01889-8 - Diagnostic of modernity and critical theory as montage in Walter Benjamin, BP.MS
18/16409-9 - Narrativity and subjectivation in Seyla Benhabib, BP.DR
17/03780-8 - Critical theory of the value-form: Adorno and the Neue Marx-Lektüre, BP.DR
+ associated scholarships 18/17355-0 - Peripheral Reconstructions of the Lord-Bondsman Dialectic: Beauvoir, Fanon, and the Political-epistemological Dimensions of Subalternity, BP.PD
18/06291-0 - Limits of integration: the issue on the antagonism between totality and individual in Theodor W. Adorno, BP.DR
18/07118-0 - Rahel Jaeggi: a new concept of immanent critique, BP.MS
18/10497-3 - Tax system and income distribution in Brazil, BP.IC
18/01207-1 - Nancy Fraser: status, justice and public sphere, BP.IC
17/23188-6 - Inflation targeting in Latin America: the role of the exchange rate, BP.MS
17/19198-6 - Immanent Critique in Axel Honneth: From negative to normative reconstruction, BE.PQ
17/15185-7 - Public Culture in the Schools' Occupation Movement (São Paulo, 2015), BP.PD
17/05560-5 - A constellational disposition of heterodoxies: on the constitution of Walter Benjamin's materialism, BP.DR
17/06912-2 - Walter Benjamin and the concept of modernity in the essays on Baudelaire, BP.IC
17/03781-4 - Logic of disintegration in Theodor W. Adorno: Negative dialectics as a critique of the Science of logic, BP.DR
17/05173-1 - Inertial inflation: theory, practice and transformation (1980 - 1994), BP.IC
17/05438-5 - Beyond borders: human rights, sovereignty, and citizenship in Seyla Benhabib, BP.MS
16/18555-7 - How does the new arise: a commentary of the 'Introduction' of Hegels 'Phenomenology of Spirit', BE.PQ
17/05801-2 - Structural differentiation of the lifeworld in the theory of communicative action, BP.IC
16/23759-0 - Critical models in Theodor W. Adorno's philosophy of music: the category of musical material, BP.DR
16/08248-0 - Democracy and the potentials of resistance in the industrial late capitalism: majority, culture and experience in Th. W. Adorno, BP.PD
15/26105-9 - Overcoming the dichotomy: the public and the private in Seyla Benhabib, BP.IC
15/24880-5 - Reason and internalization of the sacrifice: the reception of Nietzsche's philosophy in Horkheimer's thought in the 1930's and 1940's, BP.MS
16/00441-5 - Myth and critique: an interpretation of Walter Benjamin’s Critical Theory, BP.DR
15/18308-7 - The category of totality in Theodor W. Adorno’s Negative Dialectic, BP.MS
15/11172-2 - The social conflict in Axel Honneth: a study on critique of power, BP.IC
15/13820-1 - Normative reconstruction and social theory in contemporary critical theory, BP.PD
15/06310-7 - Reconstruction models in Critical Theory of Jürgen Habermas, BE.PQ
12/20146-7 - ANGST AND AUTONOMY: CRITICAL THEORY AND PSYCHOANALYSIS, BP.PD - associated scholarships

Abstract

The project aims to investigate the possible establishment of a "critical reconstructive paradigm" in the field of Critical Theory. The main hypothesis is that Habermas inaugurated a critical model that eventually transformed itself into a critical paradigm within which different critical models dispute, defining and using implicitly or explicitly reconstructive resources. The investigation is divided in two subprojects. The first is dedicated to understanding both the origins - from Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit to Habermas' own writings - as well as the main features of such a reconstructive paradigm, including the analysis of the authors and works that could be put and understood under such a label, including as a decisive moment a certain return of psychoanalysis as one of this possible main features in dispute. The second subproject devotes itself to the specific exam of a decisive political feature of the paradigm, represented by the role of the public sphere. This will be carried out through a balanced composition of categories such as "diagnosis of the time", "orientation to emancipation" and "critique", so that the main critical-normative may emerge in their proper social and political contexts of dispute. (AU)