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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments; Introduction; Chapter 1 Thinking beyond the Twentieth Century: Democracy and Education after Liberalism; Chapter 2 The Defects of Liberalism: Lasting Elements of Negative Pragmatism; Chapter 3 Democracy as a Way of Life, Democracy in the Face of Terrorism; Chapter 4 Relevances, Realities, and Rat Races: Democracy as a; Personal; Way of Life; Chapter 5 From the Art of Surfaces to Control Societies and Beyond: Stoicism, Postmodernism, and Pan-Machinism; Chapter 6 From Consciousness of Doom to Criticism: Non-Dialectical Critical Theory; Chapter 7 Genealogy, Critique, and Transformation: In Our Time; Chapter 8 Power/Inquiry: Criticism and the Logic of Pragmatism; Chapter 9 Pragmatism, Pluralism, and the Future of Philosophy: Farewell to an Idea; Chapter 10 No Consolation: Life without Spirituality, Philosophy without Transcendence;
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