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Contradiction of Enlightenment

Hegel and the Broken Middle, 1st Edition

By Nigel Tubbs

Routledge

291 pages

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Published in 1997, this books is an examination of the determination of the concept of enlightenment, and related notions, within modern social relations. The work opens up innovative areas of research into the relationship between philosophy, social relations, and education. It applies Gillian Rose's work on "the broken middle" of Hegelian philosophy to social and educational theorizing. It offers a critique of the idea of enlightenment, and of the identity of the teacher in social theory - Rousseau, Marx and Durkheim - in critical theory - Habermas and Adorno - in "postmodernism" - Foucalt and Nietzsche - and in a variety of educational and pedagogical theories. The book concludes with an original application of Hegelian speculative philosophy to the teacher/student relationship. This work challenges those working in social theory and in education to comprehend the contradictions on their theorising as a shared philosophical consciousness, a shared "broken middle".

Table of Contents

Part 1: The Despairing Teacher 1. Critiques of the Teacher 2. Teachers of Critique 3. Critique of the Subject Part 2: Contradiction of Enlightenment 4. What is Enlightenment? 5. Dialect of Enlightenment Part 3: Hegel and the Broken Middle 6. Social Relations 7. Educational Relations Part 4: Return of the Despairing Teacher 8. Shining for Others: Nietzsche’s Zarathustra.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SOC000000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / General
SOC026000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / General