The Social Conditions of Work. A Blindspot in Democratic Theory
Axel Honneth is the most eminent figure of the so-called third generation of the Frankfurt School, and one of the most influential voices in social philosophy today. His main body of work revolves around questions of social freedom, power and recognition. Among his many contributions, translated in several languages, The Struggle for Recognition: The Moral Grammar of Social Conflicts (Cambridge MA 1996) and The Pathologies of Individual Freedom: Hegel`s Social Theory (Princeton 2010). His last book is Der arbeitende Souverän: Eine normative Theorie der Arbeit (Suhrkamp 2023). He was the director of the Institut für Sozialforschung between 2001 and 2018.
h. 14:30, Auditorium
Master class for MA and PhD students
h. 18.00, Auditorium
Discussants: Francesca Sofia Alexandratos (Università di Venezia), Paolo Costa (ISR-FBK, Trento), Michele Nicoletti (Università di Trento).
Participation is free. To take part in the master class and earn the credits, registration is mandatory: please contact internationalphilosophy.lett [at] unitn.it