From conventionalism to social authenticity : Heidegger’s anyone and contemporary social theory

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VI, 278 p. ill. ; online forrás
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Studies in the philosophy of sociality 2542-9094 10.
1. Who is the Self of Everyday Existence? (Mark Wrathall) -- 2. Das Man and Everydayness: A New Interpretation (Charlotte Knowles) -- 3. Heidegger’s Underdeveloped Conception of the Undistinguishedness (Indifferenz) of Everyday Human Existence (Jo-Jo Koo) -- 4. The Status of Division One of “Being and Time” and the Sources of Authenticity (Gerhard Thonhauser) -- 5. Becoming Accountable – But for What? The Importance of Authenticity and the Unavoidability of Theory (Tobias Keiling) -- 6. Unobtrusive Governance: Heidegger and Foucault on the Sources of Social Normativity ( Andreas Beinsteiner) -- 7. The Inseparability of Anyone and Self, Production and Action: A Critical Proposal Between Heidegger and Arendt (Lucilla Guidi) -- 8. Authenticity and Plurality: From Heidegger’s “Anyone” to Arendt’s “Common Sense” and Back Again (Ileana Bortun) -- 9. Ambivalence of Power: Heidegger’s “Anyone” and Arendt’s “acting in concert” (Katrin Meyer) -- 10. The Historicality of das Man: Foucault on Dolcility and Optimality (Kevin Thompson) -- 11. How to change das Man? (Christian Schmidt) -- 12. Social Authenticity: Towards a Heideggerian Analysis of Social Change (Martin Weichold) -- 13. The “Reiterating Parodist” as a “World Transformer”: A Butlerian Reading of Heidegger on Social Change? (Gerhard Thonhauser) -- 14. Authentic Role Play: A Political Solution to an Existential Paradox (Hans Bernhard Schmid) -- 15. An I that is Anybody: Normativity and Freedom in Heidegger's Man (Dirk Setton) -- 16. The Danger of Being Ridden by a Type: Everydayness and Authenticity in Context: Reading Heidegger with Henry James, Hegel, and Diderot (Dieter Thomä).
This edited volume offers a new approach to understanding social conventions by way of Martin Heidegger. It connects the philosopher's conceptions of the anyone, everydayness, and authenticity with an analysis and critique of social normativity. Heidegger’s account of the anyone is ambiguous. Some see it as a good description of human sociality, others think of it as an important critique of modern mass society. This volume seeks to understand this ambiguity as reflecting the tension between the constitutive function of conventions for human action and the critical aspects of conformism. It argues that Heidegger’s anyone should neither be reduced to its pejorative nor its constitutive dimension. Rather, the concept could show how power and norms function. This volume would be of interest to scholars and students of philosophy and the social sciences who wish to investigate the social applications of the works of Martin Heidegger.
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title From conventionalism to social authenticity : Heidegger’s anyone and contemporary social theory
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Studies in the philosophy of sociality, ISSN 2542-9094 ; 10.
Heidegger, Martin (1889-1976)
Philosophy
Philosophy and social sciences
Phenomenology
Sociology
Religion and culture
filozófia -- 20. sz.
társadalomelmélet
filozófia és társadalomtudomány
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vallás és kultúra
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title_sub Heidegger’s anyone and contemporary social theory
title_short From conventionalism to social authenticity
title_full From conventionalism to social authenticity Heidegger’s anyone and contemporary social theory edited by Hans Bernhard Schmid, Gerhard Thonhauser
title_fullStr From conventionalism to social authenticity Heidegger’s anyone and contemporary social theory edited by Hans Bernhard Schmid, Gerhard Thonhauser
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topic Heidegger, Martin (1889-1976)
Philosophy
Philosophy and social sciences
Phenomenology
Sociology
Religion and culture
filozófia -- 20. sz.
társadalomelmélet
filozófia és társadalomtudomány
fenomenológia
vallás és kultúra
szociológia
elektronikus könyv
topic_facet Heidegger, Martin (1889-1976)
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Phenomenology
Sociology
Religion and culture
filozófia -- 20. sz.
társadalomelmélet
filozófia és társadalomtudomány
fenomenológia
vallás és kultúra
szociológia
elektronikus könyv
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Philosophy and social sciences
Phenomenology
Sociology
Religion and culture
filozófia
társadalomelmélet
filozófia és társadalomtudomány
fenomenológia
vallás és kultúra
szociológia
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generalnotes This edited volume offers a new approach to understanding social conventions by way of Martin Heidegger. It connects the philosopher's conceptions of the anyone, everydayness, and authenticity with an analysis and critique of social normativity. Heidegger’s account of the anyone is ambiguous. Some see it as a good description of human sociality, others think of it as an important critique of modern mass society. This volume seeks to understand this ambiguity as reflecting the tension between the constitutive function of conventions for human action and the critical aspects of conformism. It argues that Heidegger’s anyone should neither be reduced to its pejorative nor its constitutive dimension. Rather, the concept could show how power and norms function. This volume would be of interest to scholars and students of philosophy and the social sciences who wish to investigate the social applications of the works of Martin Heidegger.
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