- Title Pages
- Translator’s Introduction
- Preface and Acknowledgments
Part OneThe Relation of Relationlessness
1“A Stranger in the World That He Himself Has Made”
2Marx and Heidegger
3The Structure and Problems of Alienation Critique
4Having Oneself at One’s Command
Part TwoLiving One’s Life as an Alien Life
5Seinesgleichen Geschieht or “The Like of It Now Happens”
6“A Pale, Incomplete, Strange, Artificial Man”
7“She but Not Herself”—Self-Alienation as Internal Division
8“As If Through a Wall of Glass”
Part ThreeAlienation as a Disturbed Appropriation of Self and World
9“Like a Structure of Cotton Candy”
10Living One’s Own Life
- Works Cited
Reconstructing a Concept of Social Philosophy
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