Index

The Challenge of Progress

ISBN: 978-1-78714-572-6, eISBN: 978-1-78714-571-9

ISSN: 0278-1204

Publication date: 26 November 2019

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(2019), "Index", The Challenge of Progress (Current Perspectives in Social Theory, Vol. 36), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 221-224. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0278-120420190000036024

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INDEX

Adorno, Theodor W.
, 38–40, 42–43, 44–45, 49, 63, 70

analysis of natural history
, 86

claims
, 85

conception
, 56–57, 58

critique
, 52–53

critique of idealism
, 54

critique of relativism
, 43

dialectical critique
, 55–56

incessant critique of idealism
, 54

judgments
, 54–55

method
, 58

negativity dialectics
, 6, 23, 42–43, 54, 57, 63, 85

work
, 85

Algorithmic intelligence, machines
, 127–128

Allen, Amy
, 1, 4–5, 6, 7, 38, 49, 61

“Alt right”
, 96

Anthropocene
, 108, 160, 161–162

degradation as desertification
, 168–169

desertification and development
, 165–167

destruction as desertification
, 171–172

devastation as desertification
, 172–173

development as desertification
, 169–171

Antisemitism
, 101–104

Atlantic City
, 169

Baconian themes
, 211

Beckert, Jens
, 2–3, 10

Beliefs
, 68–69, 195

Climate change
, 64, 106, 161

Collective mind
, 201–202

Communicative consensus
, 18

Congressional Budget Office (CBO)
, 135

Consumer society
, 184–186

Contextualism
, 66, 75–76, 79–81, 84, 85–86, 88, 90

metanormative. See Metanormative contextualism

Critical theory
, 16–17, 160

experiments in
, 67–70

normative foundations of
, 76–77, 81–82, 87

Critical Theory/Intellectual History
, 89

Critique
, 65–70

conceptualizing Foucaultian
, 89

displacement
, 65–70

immanent
, 20, 144

“Culture Wars”
, 135, 147

Deckard-Rachael relation
, 119–126

Decolonization
, 65, 69, 70

Decolonizing critical theory
, 38, 40

critical theory, experiments in
, 67–70

critique displacement
, 65–70

damage, totaling up the
, 70–71

progress-thinking as symptomatic
, 63–65

Decolonizing critique
, 44

Democracy
, 61–62, 65–66, 68–69, 71

Desertification

degradation as
, 168–169

destruction as
, 171–172

devastation as
, 172–173

and development
, 165–167

development as
, 169–171

Dialectic of Enlightenment
, 20–21

Dick, Philip K.
, 114, 128

filmic afterlife
, 128

Domination
, 78, 82–84, 208–209

Durkheim, Émile

intervention in Rules
, 200–201

philanthropic knowledge
, 205

prenotions
, 203–208

Rules reprised
, 209–211

Economic inequality
, 96, 105, 106–107

End of history, sociology at
, 133

Engagement
, 180–181, 182–183

gifts
, 184

rings
, 184

rituals
, 185

Enlightenment
, 42–43, 44

dialectic of
, 20–21

Environmentality
, 162, 163

Environmentality/entertainmentality as urban ecology
, 173–175

Epistemological domination
, 208–209

European modernity
, 24–25

Folie
, 42–43, 46

Forst, Rainer
, 40, 42, 45–46, 50–51, 63, 68, 70

Foucaultian-Adornian position
, 77

Foucault, Michel
, 38, 39–40, 42–43, 44–45, 46–47, 51–53, 56–57, 63, 70, 73, 78, 79, 84, 85, 87

claim
, 89

conceptualization of critique
, 78–79

historicization of history
, 89

History of Madness
, 78–79

Foucault’s conceptions
, 58

Foucault’s critique
, 21–22

Foucault’s problematization of history
, 23

Frankfurt School
, 61–62, 63–66, 69–70, 71

Frankfurt School theory
, 16–17, 28

critique
, 26–35

genealogy
, 23–26

grounding strategy
, 26–27, 28–29

mediation
, 26–35

metanormative contextualism
, 23–26

normativity
, 17–20

power
, 20–23

Frankfurt thinkers
, 62–63, 64, 70

Freedom
, 51, 52, 53–54, 58

Fukuyama, Francis
, 5, 136–137

Gender-normative relations
, 187–195

Genealogy
, 16–17, 23–26, 66, 69

German Idealism
, 27

Globalization
, 96, 97, 105

neoliberal
, 105

Grounding normativity
, 16, 17, 18–19, 32, 75–76, 80–82, 90

Habermas, Jürgen
, 40, 49–50, 51–53, 61, 63, 70–71

work
, 75–76

Hegel’s conception of history
, 20

Heterosexual women
, 181–182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187–188, 189, 193

Historical development, progressive
, 76

Historical progress
, 74–75, 76–77, 78, 82–83

History of Foucault’s Philosophy of Language
, 89

History of Madness
, 52

Hölderlin, Friedrich
, 117–118, 124–125, 129, 130

Honneth, Axel
, 40, 41–42, 43, 45, 49–51, 58, 63

Horkheimer, Max
, 20–21, 32–33, 34, 42, 51–52, 54–55, 67, 200, 213–214

Human being
, 117–119, 121–122

replicants
, 113, 123

Idols
, 200–201

Idols of the marketplace
, 211–213

Idols of the mind
, 200–201, 205, 206–207

Internal colonization
, 33–34

Irrationality
, 84, 85–86

Izenberg, G.
, 124, 129

Judgments
, 54, 85

first-order
, 85–86

suspension of
, 54–55, 58

Las Vegas
, 160, 165–167

environmentality/entertainmentality
, 173–175

Madness
, 46

Marketplace
, 211–213

Marriage

first
, 181, 182–183

market
, 180–181, 188, 189

rituals
, 180, 181–182

Metanormative contextualism
, 16–17, 23–26, 41–42, 51–55, 57–58

Meta-theory
, 65

Middle-class women

investment
, 180–181

status aspirations
, 196

Natural history approach
, 55–56

Neo-Hegelian reconstructivist strategy
, 17

Neo-Kantian constructivist strategy
, 17

Neoliberalism
, 106, 160, 162

Nietzsche contra nationalism
, 101–104

Nietzsche, Friedrich
, 95

declinist theory
, 99–101

Normative commitments
, 31–32

Normativity
, 38–39, 40, 41–42

Omnipolitanization
, 175–176

Passion
, 142

Political economy
, 98

Postcolonial critique
, 38–40

Postcolonial theory
, 38, 39–40, 63, 69

Power
, 62–64, 66, 67–68, 69, 96–97, 98, 99–100, 103–104, 106–107, 108

Power relations
, 18–19, 21–22, 24

Problematization
, 23, 40, 42–43, 63, 66, 67–71

genealogy
, 16–17, 23–26

Proceduralism
, 62, 64, 65–66, 67, 68, 71

Professional sociologists
, 139

Progress-thinking
, 63–65

Prosthesis
, 129–130

Queer theory
, 67

Racial nationalism
, 96, 105–106

Rationality
, 78, 79–80, 81, 84, 85–86

Reason, public
, 65–66, 67, 68–69

Recognition
, 18, 41

Reflexivity
, 40, 44

Relativism
, 74–75, 76, 79–81

Scott, Ridley
, 5, 114–115, 127, 128–129, 130

Social chemistry
, 203–204

Social facts
, 141

Social theory
, 16–17

Socioeconomic status
, 187–195

and romantic consumption
, 189–192

traditional proposal
, 192–195

Sociological imagination
, 142

Sociology
, 134

as critical practice
, 144–148

as a profession
, 137–141

as vocation
, 142–144

Suicide
, 211, 212, 213

Traditional marriage proposals
, 182–184

Unreason
, 21–22, 23–24, 29–30, 42–43, 46, 78–79, 90

Urban ecology
, 173–175

Urban metabolism
, 176

Validity claims
, 40–41

War
, 98, 103–105, 108

Weber, Max
, 142–143

Western culture
, 99–101

White weddings
, 180, 181, 183–184

Women

cisgender
, 184, 186–187

movement
, 181–182, 183

single
, 187–188, 193

unmarried
, 184, 188