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  1. The Derrida-Habermas Reader
  2. Reason and the Rationalization of Society (The Theory of Communicative Action, Vol. 1) by Jürgen Habermas, 1985-03-01
  3. Europe: The Faltering Project by Jurgen Habermas, 2009-08-17
  4. Habermas and Rawls: Disputing the Political (Routledge Studies in Contemporary Philosophy)
  5. Habermas: A Guide for the Perplexed (Continuum Guides for the Perplexed) by Lasse Thomassen, 2010-04-18
  6. La Etica del Discurso y la Cuestion de la Verdad (Paidos Studio) (Spanish Edition) by Jurgen Habermas, 2004-02
  7. Knowledge and Human Interests by Jurgen Habermas Professor of Philosophy, 1972-02-01
  8. On the Logic of the Social Sciences (Studies in Contemporary German Social Thought) by Jurgen Habermas, 1990-08-15
  9. Recovering Ethical Life: Jurgen Habermas and the Future of Critical Theory by Jay. M Bernstein, 1995-02-17
  10. Jurgen Habermas (Key Concepts Series) by Barbara Fultner, 2010-11
  11. Reflection Revisited: Jurgen Habermas' Discursive Theory of Truth (Perspective in Continental Philosophy) by James Swindal, 1999-01-01
  12. Strukturwandel Der Offentlichkeit (German Edition) by Jurgen Habermas, 1999-03-03
  13. After Habermas: New Perspectives on the Public Sphere (Sociological Review Monographs)
  14. Reading Habermas

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Philosophy in a Time of Terror Dialogues with jurgen habermas and Jacques Derrida.(Book Review) (The Review of Metaphysics)
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23. PJNet - Blog - Howard Rheingold Disappointed By Jurgen Habermas
Howard Rheingold attended a jurgen habermas lecture recently and walked away very disappointed. For the uninitiated habermas’s concept of the public sphere
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Howard Rheingold  attended a Jurgen Habermas lecture recently and walked away very disappointed the public sphere  is part of the philosophical underpinnings of the public journalism movement. Habermas also deeply affected Rheingold, who writes in his blog post: When I wrote The Virtual Community in 1992, the most important question to me was whether or not the advent of many-to-many communication via the Internet would lead to stronger or weaker democracies, more or less personal liberty, which led me to the work of Jurgen Habermas on what he called “the public sphere.” As it turns out Rheingold has still not resolved that question and after the lecture at Stanford, he asked Habermas: He blew me off!  unless we know, and know soon, whether or not the web as it is developing can revitalize the public sphere, all other philosophical conversations may be mooted by the rise of disinfotainment, disinformocracy  and the actual emergence of the simulation that we don’t recognize as a simulation described by Baudrillard This entry was posted on Friday, November 9th, 2007 at 12:43 am and is filed under

24. Georg Simmel On Philosophy And Culture: Postscript To A Collection Of Essays (by
I would like to thank jurgen habermas and Suhrkamp Verlag for granting permission to publish this translation. Unless otherwise indicated, all translations
Posted on Mathieu Deflem's Publications site. GEORG SIMMEL ON PHILOSOPHY AND CULTURE:
Postscript to a Collection of Essays by
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Published in Critical Inquiry , 22(3), pp. 403-414, Spring 1996. The translation of the html version is not completely identical to the published version in Critical Inquiry
Please consult the pdf copy for the final version.
Critical Inquiry The original version of this paper was published under the title"Simmel als Zeitdiagnostiker" ("Simmel as Diagnostician of the Times") as a postscript to Georg Simmel, Philosophische Kultur: Uber das Abenteuer, die Geschlechter, und die Krise der Moderne: Gesammelte Essais, p. 243-53. It was reprinted under the title "Georg Simmel Uber Philosophie und Kultur: Nachwort zu einer Sammlung von Essays," adopted in this translation, in Jurgen Habermas, Texte und Kontexte (Frankfort am Main, 1991), pp. 157-69. Footnotes referring to essays in the Simmel volume and to available English translations have been added for this translation. I would like to thank Jurgen Habermas and Suhrkamp Verlag for granting permission to publish this translation. Unless otherwise indicated, all translations are my own. -Mathieu Deflem, translator.
Georg Simmel first published Philosophische Kultur Philosophical Culture ) in 1911; the third and last edition appeared in 1923. The fact that this collection of essays has not been available for over 60 years and only reappears today could be an indication for the fact that, in a strange way, Simmel as a critic of culture is both near to, and far away from, us.

25. Jurgen Habermas Quotes
30 quotes and quotations by jurgen habermas. jurgen habermas After September 11, the European governments have completely failed.

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Nationality: German Find on Amazon: Jurgen Habermas Related Authors: Friedrich Nietzsche Arthur Schopenhauer Theodor Adorno Karl Marx ... Meister Eckhart A threatened nation can react to uncertain dangers solely through administrative channels, to the truly embarrassing situation of perhaps overreacting. Jurgen Habermas After September 11, the European governments have completely failed. They are incapable of seeing beyond their own national scope of interests. Jurgen Habermas Disappointment over nationalistic authoritarian regimes may have contributed to the fact that today religion offers a new and subjectively more convincing language for old political orientations. Jurgen Habermas Each murder is one too many. Jurgen Habermas From a moral point of view, there is no excuse for terrorist acts, regardless of the motive or the situation under which they are carried out. Jurgen Habermas Global terrorism is extreme both in its lack of realistic goals and in its cynical exploitation of the vulnerability of complex systems.

26. SAGE - The Natural Home For Authors, Editors And Societies - Jurgen Habermas
This is the first systematic assessment of the work of Jürgen habermas the key theorist of the later Frankfurt School, whose writing has had a major

27. British Academy | PORTAL - Topics A-Z: Habermas, Jurgen - Heller, Joseph
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Sometimes confused with theology, the Philosophy of Religion is the philosophical study of religious beliefs, religious doctrines, religious arguments and religious history. The line between theology and the philosophy of religion isn't always sharp, but the primary difference is that theology tends to be apologetical in nature, committed to the defense of particular religious positions, whereas Philosophy of Religion is committed to the investigation of religion itself, rather than the truth of any particular religion. What is Philosophy?

29. Jurgen Habermas
The Idea of the Theory of Knowledge as Social Theory from Knowledge and Human Interests by Jürgen habermas (1968). Loads of habermas texts (a lot in German)
reference... (txt) twiki recent additions ... home Jurgen Habermas Major works: Keywords: Key figures: Knowledge and Human interests, Philosophical discourse of modernity, Theory of communicative action Communicative action, instrumental reason, life-world, ideal-speech situation, validity claims, communication theory, legitimation Kant Fichte , Horkheimer/ Adorno, Mead, Frankfurt School, social democrat. Habermas is interested in a critique of positivism, a concern shared by critical theory and critical realism. In post-war Germany socialism was identified with Stalinism so only with the emergence of the New Left in the 1960s was Habermas able to develop a more positive stance (Toward a Rational Society: Student Protest, Science and Politics 1970) Here socialism ought not to view itself as an idea opposed to actuality, but a critique grounded in reality. Habermas's doctoral dissertation was on Schelling. He fell out with Heideggerian ideas in the 50s dismayed that they could be republished without any mention of the war. The publication of the Dialectic of Enlightenment had a massive impact, like on so many other students of that age. Habermas rejects the labour theory of Value (which he sees as implicitly accepted by Frankfurt School)- see Knowledge and Human interests. Argument = Marx is a positivist in sense that labour as constitutive activity is read as natural history. Critique of instrumental action, favouring communicative action. The point here is that Marx uncritically replaces labour or production for the category of reflection in Hegel's phenomenology. Hence the self-actualisation of the species, and the natural laws of its development (the positivist overtones in Marx's prefaces to Capital etc), excludes other aspects of the human condition. But this represents more than an attack on the productivism of Marx and more than saying there is more to life than work.

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  • Habermas propone un modelo que permite analizar la sociedad juego sistema sociedad , mientras que el Sistema representa la perspectiva externa, como la estructura instituciones Habermas estudia a la sociedad como un conglomerado de sistemas complejos, estructurados, donde el actor desaparece transformado en procesos Habermas en concepto concepto Nuestro autor, denomina acciones normas objetivo normas ... sistemas Habermas enjuicia la ciencia historia de la Alemania sociedades Estado liberal al Estado social y del tipo de ciencia el trabajo medios Alemania , las cuales estuvieron focalizadas o centradas en Jacques Ellul, Arnold Gehlen y Hebert Marcuse, Habermas se interesa especialmente por el proceso el hombre libertad riesgos ... conducta racional, posibilidad de darle un sentido a la historia hombre el hombre ha objetivado progresivamente sus acciones en las en los medios audiovisuales y el cerebro . Pero deja en el aire un aspecto del asunto: el materialismo , el confort, poder adormecedor de la sociedad de consumo Habermas asigna al marco institucional de la sociedad, las siguientes

    31. Jurgen Habermas Biography
    Jürgen habermas (born June 18, 1929 in Düsseldorf, Germany) is a philosopher and social theorist in the tradition of critical theory.
    Biography Base Home Link To Us Search Biographies: Browse Biographies A B C D ... Z Jurgen Habermas Biography Jürgen Habermas (born June 18, 1929 in Düsseldorf, Germany) is a philosopher and social theorist in the tradition of critical theory. His work focuses on the foundations of social theory and epistemology, the analysis of advanced capitalist industrial society and of democracy and the rule of law in a critical social-evolutionary context, and contemporary (especially German) politics.
    Habermas has integrated into a comprehensive framework of social theory and philosophy the German philosophical thought of Kant, Schelling, Hegel, Dilthey, Husserl, and Gadamer, the Marxian tradition both the theory of Marx himself as well as the critical neo-Marxian theory of the Frankfurt School, i.e. Horkheimer, Adorno, and Marcuse , the sociological theories of Weber, Durkheim, and Mead, the linguistic philosophy and speech act theories of Wittgenstein, Austin, and Searle, the American pragamatist tradition of Peirce and Dewey, and the sociological systems theory of Parsons.
    Habermas considers his own major achievement the development of the concept and theory of communicative reason or communicative rationality, which distinguishes itself from the rationalist tradition by locating rationality in structures of interpersonal linguistic communication rather than in the structure of either the cosmos or the knowing subject. He carries forward the tradition of Kant and the Enlightenment and of democratic socialism through his emphasis on the potential for transforming the world and arriving at a more humane, just, and egalitarian society through the realization of the human potential for rationality.

    32. Macquarie University Library - E-Reserve
    Fundamentalism and terror A dialogue with jurgen habermas in Philosophy Book Chapter habermas, jurgen. Social structures of the public sphere (Part

    33. SSRN-Private And Public Autonomy Revisited: Jürgen Habermas' Concept Of Co-Orig
    SSRNPrivate and Public Autonomy Revisited jurgen habermas Concept of Co-Originality in Times of Globalisation and the Militant Security State by Rainer

    34. Jürgen Habermas Criticism
    Jürgen habermas 1929–. German social philosopher and cultural critic. The following entry presents criticism of habermas s work through 1996.
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    Widely regarded as the most influential philosopher in late-twentieth-century Germany, Habermas has focused his career on the nature of the public realm. His scholarly writings have influenced a broad range of disciplines, including philosophy, social theory, hermeneutics, anthropology, linguistics, ethics, educational theory, and public policy. Beginning with Strukturwandel der Offenlichkeit The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere ), Habermas has produced major works on the development of public discourse, the relation between radical theory and political practice, the conflicting influences informing human understanding, crises of legitimacy in the modern state and capitalist society, social evolution, and communicative social action. Habermas's best-known and most accomplished theory is a synthesis of linguistic philosophy and sociological systems theory. In addition he has formulated what has come to be called "discourse ethics," a normative philosophy which postulates how moral consensus is achieved through public discussion by a community of rational, self-interested subjects. Habermas's dense essays possess a sharp critical edge that requires reflection about a wide range of contemporary political, cultural, and theoretical issues. Often characterized as a modern proponent of the

    habermas, jurgen, THE PHILOSOPHICAL DISCOURSE OF MODERNITY TWELVE LECTURES. Tr. by Frederick Lawrence. Cambridge, MA The MIT Press, 1987.
    Habermas, Jurgen, THE PHILOSOPHICAL DISCOURSE OF MODERNITY: TWELVE LECTURES. Tr. by Frederick Lawrence. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1987. BIOGRAPHIC AND BIBLIOGRAPHIC This eighth printing is dated 1995. The work originally appeared in German under the title Der Philosophische Diskurs der Moderne: Zwolf Vorlesungen , 1985, by Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction by Thomas McCarthy, vii I. Modernity's consciousness of time and its need for self-reassurance, 1. II. Hegel's concept of modernity, 23. Excursus on Schiller's "Letters on the Aesthetic Education of Man III. Three perspectives: left Hegelians, right Hegelians, and Nietzsche, 51. Excursus on the obsolescence of the production paradigm IV. The entry into postmodernity: Nietzsche as a turning point, 83. V. The entwinement of myth and enlightenment: Max Horkheimer and Theodor Adorno, 106. VI. The undermining of western rationalism through the critique of metaphysics: Martin Heidegger, 131. VII. Beyond a temporalized philosophy of origins: Jacques Derrida's Critique of Phoncentrism, 161.

    36. Books By Jurgen Habermas
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    39. Brad Cox, Ph.D.
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    by Jurgen Habermas [[Note by Brad Cox: I copied this translation from somewhere on the web and didn't record where. Those looking for the other half of the translation should use search tools to locate the original translator.]] [Note by original provider: This is half of a rather sketchy translation of one of Habermas' more recent polemics on re-unification and 'discourse ethics.' The German text appeared originally in Die Zeit of May 17, 1991I have a copy of this if anyone's curious. The editor of this is, I think, Michael Haller.] "Die andere Zerstörung der Vernunft" = "The second destruction of reason" Jürgen Habermas. Die Zeit Nr. 20-17.Mai 1991 On the deficit of German unification and the role of intellectual critique. From the transcription of an interview. The values worth retaining from the old GDR do not lie at the institutional level. The economy was unproductive, the administration an apparatus for oppression, de-legitimation far progressed, at least among the younger generation. What is more, the nucleus of legitimation of the political system, the social stability and security obtained through veiled unemployment and held at a base level, was corrupt, spoiled. It was lodged in a husk whichas Marx would have saidchained all productive capacities. Otherslike Konrad Weiss, Friedrich Schorlemmer, Bishop Forck, Bärbel Bohleymust know what experiences, mentalities, forms of life are worth keeping at the institutional level after forty years of GDR history.

    40. Beyond Liberal Nationalism? Jurgen Habermas' Theory Of Cosmopolitanism
    Beyond liberal nationalism Jürgen habermas on cosmopolitan justice Robert Fine and Will Smith This presentation is a shortened and revised version of a
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    Fine, R. D. and Smith, W. (2004, Mar) Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Le Centre Sheraton Hotel, Montreal, Quebec, Canada .PDF from
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    Abstract: In a series of articles written in the post-1989 period, Habernas has argued that the challenges posed by the catastrophes of the twentieth century, the violence of nationalism and the social consequences of globalisation, have given new impetus to the idea of cosmopolitan justice first expressed by Kant. Habermas affirms that, if we are to grapple with the complexities of present-day problems, we should take up the challenge to 'think with Kant against Kant' in reconstructing the cosmopolitan idea. What follows in this paper is a critical assessment of Habermas' response to this challenge. We focus on the dilemmas he faces in reconciling cosmopolitanism with the ideas of constitutional patriotism and deliberative democracy he developed within a national framework. Document Information: Document Type:

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