Cambridge History of Modern European Thought 2 Volume Hardback Set

Cambridge History of Modern European Thought 2 Volume Hardback Set


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Volume I: Introduction Warren Breckman and Peter E. Gordon; 1. German idealism: the thought of modernity Terry Pinkard; 2. European romanticism: ambivalent responses to the sense of a new epoch Nicholas Halmi; 3. History, tradition and skepticism: the patterns of nineteenth-century theology David Fergusson; 4. The young Hegelians: philosophy as critical praxis Warren Breckman; 5. Utilitarianism, God, and moral obligation from Locke to Sidgwick Philip Schofield; 6. Capital, class, and empire: nineteenth-century political economy and its imaginary Francesco Boldizzoni; 7. Positivism in European intellectual, political, and religious life Mary Pickering; 8. European liberalism in the nineteenth century Jerrold Seigel; 9. European socialism from the 1790s to the 1890s Gareth Stedman Jones; 10. Conservatism: the utility of history and the case against rationalist radicalism Jerry Muller; 11. The woman question: liberal and socialist critiques of the status of women Naomi Andrews; 12. Darwinism and social Darwinism Gregory Radick; 13. Historicism from Ranke to Nietzsche John Toews; 14. Philology, language, and the constitution of meaning and human communities Tuska Benes; 15. Decadence and the 'second modernity' Mary Gluck; 16. Nihilism, pessimism, and the conditions of modernity Christian Emden; 17. Civilisation, culture and race: anthropology in the nineteenth century Adam Kuper; 18. The varieties of nationalist thought Erica Benner; 19. Ideas of empire: civilization, race, and global hierarchy Jennifer Pitts; 20. Rethinking revolution: radicalism at the end of the long nineteenth century Claudia Verhoeven. Volume II: 1. Sociology and the heroism of modern life Martin Jay; 2. Psychoanalysis: Freud and beyond Katja Guenther; 3. Modern physics: from crisis to crisis Jimena Canales; 4. Varieties of phenomenology Dan Zahavi; 5. Existentialism and the meanings of transcendence Edward Baring; 6. Philosophies of life Giuseppe Bianco; 7. The many faces of analytical philosophy Joel Isaac; 8. American ideas in the European imagination James T. Kloppenberg and Sam Klug; 9. Revolution from the right: against equality Udi Greenberg; 10. Western Marxism: revolutions in theory Max Pensky; 11. Anti-imperialism and interregnum Kris Manjapra; 12. Late modern feminist subversions: sex, subjectivity, and embodiment Sandrine Sanos; 13. Modernist theologies: the many paths between God and world Peter E. Gordon; 14. Modern economic thought and the 'good society' Hagen Schulz-Forberg; 15. Conservatism and its discontents Steven B. Smith; 16. Modernity and the specter of totalitarianism Samuel Moyn; 17. Decolonization terminable and interminable Judith Surkis; 18. Structuralism and the return of the symbolic Camille Robcis; 19. Poststructuralism: from deconstruction to the genealogy of power Julian Bourg and Ethan Kleinberg; 20. Contesting the public sphere: within and against critical theory David Ingram; 21. Restructuring democracy and the idea of Europe Seyla Benhabib and Stefan Eich.
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