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ALEGRE, Javier. ¿Qué es una Ilustración anti-ilustrada?: Kant, Adorno-Horkheimer y Foucault. Cuad. Sur, Filos. [online]. 2011, n.40, pp. 9-21. ISSN 2362-2989.

This article aims to analyze the way in which certain cardinal points of enlightenment's conception sustained by Kant are reappropriated and rec- tified in Adorno and Horkheimer's critical theory Dialectic of Enlight- enment, and afterwards alluded by Foucault throughout a perspective (that didn't lack of polemic) fairly far from Weber's legacy, on his writings from '83 and '84 regarding ¿What is Enlightenment? The specifics goals here are to retrace and cope with the paths through which these reformulation of Enlightenment's conceptual core (that include clear anti-enlightenment tinges) are set, and also to inquire in the controversy raised by its unlike readings on the obstacles, potentialities and limitations common to the enlightenment project. Such task will allow us to identify -within these theorical schemes- what is that might still stand of that promise of happiness and perfection made by Kant to the whole mankind in behalf of reason.

Palabras llave : Enlightenment; Critical Theory; Foucault.

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