Some of the most exciting and innovative work in the humanities
currently takes place at the intersection of intellectual history
and critical theory. Just as critical theorists are becoming more
aware of the historicity of theory, contemporary practitioners of
modern intellectual history are recognizing their potential
contributions to theoretical discourse. No one has done more than
Martin Jay to realize the possibilities for mutual enrichment
between intellectual history and critical theory. This carefully
selected collection of essays addresses central questions and
current practices of intellectual history and asks how the legacy
of critical theory has influenced scholarship across a wide range
of scholarly disciplines. In honor of Martin Jay's unparalleled
achievements, this volume includes work from some of the most
prominent contemporary scholars in the humanities and social
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