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Corps, travail, émancipation. Au-delà de la reconnaissance

Abstract : If in Marxist tradition the concept of work is primordial, this is not the case in Frankfort School, yet, its inheritor. In Adorno and Horkheimeir the concept remains too abstract for a detailed philosophical and sociological analysis of alienation and domination. Habermas criticises the instrumental rationality for its encroachment on the lifeworld, but only from an external point of view. A critical concept of Work must wait until Axel Honneth to come back. Nonetheless, this revaluation neglects the material and corporal interaction, in a conception maybe too intersubjectivist of recognition. We aim at radicalising the critic of work by highlighting the corporal and material dimension of life.
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Marco Angella. Corps, travail, émancipation. Au-delà de la reconnaissance. Encyclo. Revue de l'école doctorale Sciences des Sociétés ED 624, Université de Paris, 2013, pp.85-95. ⟨hal-00944205⟩



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