This volume examines the historical and intellectual contexts out of which Habermas's work emerged.This volume examines the historical and intellectual contexts out of which Habermas's work emerged.Read Less
Minor rubbing. VG. 23x15cm, ix, 354 pp, PAPERBACK. Contents: Reason, modernity, and democracy / Stephen K. White--Identity and difference in the ethical positions of Adorno and Habermas / Romand Coles--What's left of Marx? / Nancy S. Love--Universalism and the situated critic / Max Pensky--Critical theory as a research program / John S. Dryzek--Communicative rationality and cultural values / Georgia Warnke--Practical discourse and communicative ethics / J. Donald Moon--(cont. ) The self in discursive democracy / Mark E. Warren--Democracy and the Rechtsstaat: Habermas's Faktizitšt und Geltung / Kenneth Baynes--Discourse and democratic practices / Simone Chambers--Habermas's significant other / Tracy B. Strong, Frank Andreas Sposito--The other of justice: Habermas and the ethical challenge of postmodernism / Axel Honneth.
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