In Critique & Praxis, Professor Bernard E. Harcourt outlines practical steps for how to become an engaged citizenry during the era of COVID, protests, and the presidential election.
Eve Glasburg | October 5, 2020 | Columbia University News
Critical philosophy has always challenged the division between theory and practice. At its best, the movement aims to turn contemplation into action, seeking to transform society in pursuit of equality and autonomy.
In his new book, Critique and Praxis, Columbia Law School Professor Bernard E. Harcourt compels us to move beyond decades of philosophical detours and to harness critical thought to the need for action. Columbia News asked Harcourt about the book and its relevance in this season of a pandemic and protests, as well as how he is keeping his students engaged while they are learning remotely.
Originally published by Columbia News. Read the full article here.