This is an important and timely (or time-sensitive) book, both in philosophical and in practical-political terms.—Fred Dallmayr, Notre Dame Philosophical Review—
This is a book that needed to be written. Habermas’s critique of disclosure was at times narrow and shortsighted. But as Habermas is now rethinking some of these shortcomings, Kompridis gives him—and indeed all critical theorists—ample resources for a stronger integration of disclosive with formal and procedurally guided forms of thought.
, International Journal of Philosophical Studies
With Critique and Disclosure, Nikolas Kompridis makes an impressive intervention in the self-definition of Critical Theory […this book] will become a necessary reading for all those invested in the reinvigoration or, possibly, transformation of this tradition.
, Symposium: Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy