Current Issue

2018 (40) Heft 1

  • Dennis Frieß and Pablo Porten-Cheé: What Do Participants Take Away from Local eParticipation?
  • Magnus Adenskog: After the Equilibrium: Democratic Innovations and Long-term Institutional Development in the City of Reykjavik
  • Katharina Esau: Capturing Citizens’ Values: On the Role of Narratives and Emotions in Digital Participation
  • Christian Baatz: Climate Adaptation Finance and Justice. A Criteria-Based Assessment of Policy Instruments
  • Geoffrey Brennan and Geoffrey Sayre-McCord: On ‘Cooperation’
  • Hartmut Kliemt: On the Nature and Significance of (Ideal) Rational Choice Theory
  • Ulf Liebe and Andreas Tutic: Citizenship Status, Warm Glow, and Prosocial Behavior: A Quasi-Experiment on Giving Behavior by Host-Country Citizens and Asylum Seekers
  • Vittorio Hösle: Value Pluralism and Philosophy of History
  • George Crowder: Pluralism, Kant and Progress

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About Analyse & Kritik

ANALYSE & KRITIK is devoted to the fundamental issues of empirical and normative social theory.
ANALYSE & KRITIK is directed at social scientists and social philosophers who combine commitment to political and moral enlightenment with argumentative rigour and conceptual clarity.
ANALYSE & KRITIK develops social theorizing in connection with analytical philosophy and philosophy of science.
ANALYSE & KRITIK promotes the dialogue between Anglo-American and Continental traditions in the social sciences and ethics.
ANALYSE & KRITIK publishes articles in English and German.

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  • Universität Düsseldorf
    Sozialwissenschaftliches Institut
    Universitätsstr. 1
    D-40225 Düsseldorf