is associate professor at Magdeburg University and a fellow at the Goethe University, Frankfurt. His research interests lie in the philosophy of education, social and political philosophy, and biographic and migration studies. His most recent research project is entitled, The Category of Educational Justice in the Contemporary Political Discourse in Germany.
Axel Honneth in interview
The recognition paradigm is indispensable to an understanding of the origins of racism and to the education of young offenders. [more]
An interview with Axel Honneth
Axel Honneth on the heritage of the Frankfurt School, the conflict between neo-Marxism and recognition theory, and the ambivalence of the European Left towards democratization in the post-Soviet space. [more]