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Addresses the postmodernist assault on the claim of reason and develops a refigured notion of rationality to meet the charges and challenges of postmodern thought. With the concept of transversality as a binding theme, this work identifies and delineates the function of three powerful resources of reason - critique, articulation, and disclosure., "Schrag has addressed the important problems put forth by thinkers ranging from Habermas to Lyotard and Deleuze and has confronted them openly and honestly...This work will be useful to all who wonder what to do about the largely negative results of postmodern thought." - Joseph C. Flay. "The Resources of Rationality" addresses the postmodernist assault on the claim of reason and develops a refigured notion of rationality to meet the charges and challenges of postmodern thought. Calvin O. Schrag responds to the postmodernist indictment of the claims of reason by working out a fresh approach, which he calls 'the transversal rationality of praxis'. With the concept of transversality as a binding theme, Schrag identifies and delineates the function of three powerful resources of reason - critique, articulation, and disclosure. Cutting across multiple and changing discursive and social practices, transversal thinking, as delineated by Schrag, charts a new course between the classical and modern overdetermination of rationality and the dissolution of the rational subject in postmodern philosophy., Preface Introduction One. The Challenge of Postmodernism The Melange of Portraits The Despised Logos Undecidability and Indeterminacy Plurality and Paralogy Power and Desire A New Historicism Two. Rationality as Praxial Critique Rationality, Theory, and Critique Critique and Criteria Praxial Critique as Discernment Praxial Critique and Community Three. The Consequences of Interpretation Nostalgia versus Affirmation Discourse, Articulation, and Textuality Chronotopal Interpretation Four. Narrative and Claims of Reason The World of Narrative Narrativity and Knowledge Narrative Rationality and the Lifeworld Five. Reason and Rhetoric The Situation of Rhetoric The Binding Topos of Rhetoric An Economy of Reasons Rationality across the Genres Six. Transversal Rationality Transversality across the Disciplines The Chronotopal Field of Transversality The Transversal Logos The Transversal and the Transhistorical Works Cited Index, CALVIN O. SCHRAG is the George Ade Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Purdue Unviersity. He is the author of Existence and Freedom; Experience and Being; Radical Reflection and the Origin of the Human Sciences; and Communicative Praxis and the Space of Subjectivity.