We have research expertise in post-Kantian philosophy and Critical Theory (where this includes Marxism).
We are particularly interested in the influence of post-Kantian philosophy on critical theory and in the ways in which neglected figures in post-Kantian philosophy can provide resources for contemporary critical theory.
A key area of interest for our research is translating philosophical texts from the traditions of post-Kantianism and critical theory. In collaboration with Conny Rhode, Dr James Clarke has translated J. B. Erhard's 1795 essay Apologie des Teufels and is currently editing a series of translations of early post-Kantian philosophical texts for the British Journal for the History of Philosophy.
- Dr James Clarke Post-Kantian practical philosophy, especially Erhard, Fichte, and Hegel. The philosophy of recognition.
- Dr Owen Hulatt Hegel's aesthetics and social philosophy. Adorno's Critical Theory and Althusser's Marxism.
Staff in related departments
- Professor Werner Bonefeld (Department of Politics) Marx, the Frankfurt School and Open Marxism.
- Thomas Dowling (email@example.com)
An historical review and reconstruction of 'reification' (supervisors: Dr James Clarke and Dr Owen Hulatt)
- Denise Goh (firstname.lastname@example.org) Post-truth as a Struggle for Recognition: a critical analysis of ideology, identity and institutions in knowledge preservation (supervisors: Dr James Clarke and Dr Owen Hulatt)
- Sean Hamill (email@example.com) A defence of a Fichtean moral theory (supervisors: Dr James Clarke and Dr Chris Jay)
- Nektarios Kastrinakis 'Marx and Nietzsche: An Attempt at a Complementary Reading' (supervisors: Professor Werner Bonefeld (Department of Politics) and Dr James Clarke)
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