Justification and Emancipation: The Critical Theory of Rainer Forst 9780271084787

This work is both an introduction to and a critical appraisal of the work of Rainer Forst, one of the most important pol

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Justification and Emancipation: The Critical Theory of Rainer Forst
 9780271084787

Table of contents :
Acknowledgments vii

Chapter 1 Introduction Amy Allen Eduardo Mendieta 1

Chapter 2 The Justification of Progress and the Progress of Justification Rainer Forst 17

Chapter 3 Autonomy and Justification: What Reasons Do We Owe Each Other and Ourselves? John Christman 38

Chapter 4 Objectionable Objections: On Toleration, Respect, and Esteem Mattias Iser 58

Chapter 5 The Right to Justification and the Good of Nonalienation Catherine Lu 76

Chapter 6 "A Certain Relation in the Space of Justifications": Intentions, Lateral Effects, and Rainer Forst's Concept of Noumenal Power John P. McCormick 93

Chapter 7 Opening "Political Contexts of Injustice" Melissa Yates 107

Chapter 8 A Feminist Engagement with Forst's Transnational Justice Sarah Clark Miller 125

Chapter 9 Progress, Normativity, and Universality: Reply to Forst Amy Allen 145

Chapter 10 Navigating a World of Conflict and Power: Reply to Critics Rainer Forst 157

List of Contributors 189

Index 193

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