Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Introduction: The Struggle for Redemptive Imagination Chapter 3 Chapter 1: Kantian Beginnings to the Legacy of Critical Theory: The Harmonious Play of Freedom Chapter 4 Chapter 2: Dignity in Dasein: The Between of Thrownness and Hospitality Chapter 5 Chapter 3: Symbolic Form as Other: Ethical Humanism and the Vivifying Power of Language Chapter 6 Chapter 4: Decolonizing Critical Theory: The Challenge of Black Existentialism Chapter 7 Chapter 5: Redemption in the Midst of Phantasmagoria: Dispelling the Fate of Socialism Chapter 8 Conclusion: Heeding Piedade's Song: Toward a Transnational Feminist Solidarity
Drucilla Cornell is professor of political science, women's studies, and comparative literature at Rutgers University and has recently been appointed as chair of philosophy and law at the University of Cape Town. She has written numerous articles on contemporary continental thought, critical theory, grass-roots political and legal mobilization, jurisprudence, women's literature, feminism, aesthetics, psychoanalysis, and political philosophy. A produced playwright, her plays The Dream Cure, Background Interference, and Lifeline have been performed in California, New York, Florida, and Ohio. Her dramatization of James Joyce's Finnegan's Wake runs every year in Dublin, Ireland.