3 thoughts on “What is Critical Theory?: From Frankfurt to “Critical” 

  1. Nathan November 13, 2021 / 5:07 am

    “Since all knowledge is rooted in social practices and social practices are ordered, in part, by social science explanations, theory and action are inseparable and all facts and theories are warranted as valid from a particular framework of social practices. The only legitimate activity of a critical social scientist is to engage in the collective enterprise of progressive enlightenment…. (Donald Comstock, “A Method for Critical Research,” p. 630)”

    Very telling quote. And section of your paper. Though you do not outright deny the natural law or orders of creation, it evidently is not important here, and never need be brought to bear on any critique of the critical project whatsoever.

    You have your reward.



    • Brad Mason November 13, 2021 / 8:08 am

      A capable reader can easily tell that this is merely a descriptive essay. But stay miserable, fam.


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