1. Introduction -- 2. From Socialist-Feminism to the Critique of Global Capitalism -- 3. Debates on Slavery, Capitalism and Race: Old and New -- 4. Feminism, Capitalism and the Social Regulation of Sexuality -- 5. Capitalism's Insidious Charm vs. Women's and Sexual Liberation -- 6. The Long Life of Nancy Fraser's “Rethinking the Public Sphere” -- 7. Feminism, Ecology and Capitalism: Nancy Fraser's Contribution to a Radical Notion of Critique as Disclosure -- 8. Recognition, Redistribution, and Participatory Parity: Where's the Law? -- 9. (Parity of) Participation: The Missing Link between Resources and Resonance -- 10. Curbing the Absolute Power of Disembedded Financial Markets: the Grammar of Social Resistance and the Polanyian Narrative -- 11. Hegel and Marx: A Re-Assessment After One Century -- 12. Crisis, Contradiction and the Task of a Critical Theory -- 13. What's Critical about a Critical Theory of Justice? -- 14. Beyond Kant versus Hegel: An Alternative Strategy for Grounding the Normativity -- 15. Conclusion: Nancy Fraser and the Left: a Searching Idea of Equality.
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