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Fri Mar 21 17:04:28 2014 UTClccn-n780935350.35Solidarity and difference the politics of enlightenment in the aftermath of modernity /0.480.63Strukturwandel der Öffentlichkeit : Untersuchungen zu einer Kategorie der bürgerlichen Gesellschaft /108179854Jürgen_Habermasn 78093535228634Chabermas, JurgenChabermas, Jurgen 1929-Champermas, Giurken 1929-Champermas, Giurnken 1929-Champermas, JürgenGabermas, Ûrgen.Ha-pei-ma-ssu, Yu-erh-kenHābāmasu, J. 1929-Hābāmasu, Yurugen 1929-HabeimasiHabeimasi, You'ergen 1929-Habermas.Habermas 1929-Habermas, J.Habermas, J. 1929-Habermas, JirgenHabermas, Jirgen 1929-Habermas, JuergenHabermas, Juergen 1929-Habermas, JürgenHabermas, Jürgen, 1929-Habermas, Jurhen 1929-Hâbermâs, Yîrgen 1929-Habermâs, Yûrgen 1929-Hābermāss, Jirgens, 1929-Hābirmās, Yūrgan 1929-Hābirmās, Yūrġīn 1929-Hābirmāz, Yūrġin 1929-Habomasi, ... 1929-HabŏmasŭHabŏmasŭ, ... 1929-Habŏmasŭ, WirŭgenHabŏmasŭ, Wirŭgen 1929-Khabermas, I︠U︡. (I︠U︡rgen)Khabermas, I︠U︡rgenYou'ergen-Habeimasi 1929-Yu'ergen-Habeimasi 1929-Хабермас, Ю. (Юрген), 1929-Хабермас, Юрген, 1929-הברמאס, יורגןהברמאס, יורגן 1929-יורגן הברמסهابرماس، يورغن، 1929-هبرماس، 1929-يورجن هابرماس، 1929-يورغن هابرماس، 1929-위르겐하버마스 1929-하버마스, 위르겐 1929-ハーバーマス, Jハーバーマス, ユルゲンハーバーマス, ユルゲン 1929-哈伯瑪斯, 尤爾根 1929-哈贝马斯哈贝马斯, 尤尔根 1929-尤爾根‧哈伯瑪斯 1929-尤尔根‧哈贝马斯 1929-lccn-n79065356Foucault, Michel1926-1984crelccn-n80002956Adorno, Theodor W.1903-1969lccn-n80120511Marcuse, Herbert1898-1979lccn-n98036777Cronin, Ciaran(Ciaran P.)trledtlccn-n93077204Rehg, Williamtrllccn-n93078453Cooke, Maeveauiadpedtlccn-n80009998Horkheimer, Max1895-1973crelccn-n79092610Derrida, Jacquesivedtelccn-n92114669Pensky, Max1961-trledtlccn-n79026812Heidegger, Martin1889-1976dteHabermas, JürgenHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcHabermas, JürgenDemocracyEthicsCritical theoryPolitical scienceCommunication--PhilosophyPhilosophy, ModernSociological jurisprudencePragmaticsKnowledge, Theory ofState, TheSociology--PhilosophyScience--PhilosophySocial evolutionCivilization, Modern--PhilosophyPhilosophyFrankfurt school of sociologyMarcuse, Herbert,Criticism (Philosophy)Law--PhilosophyCommunication--Social aspectsAdorno, Theodor W.,Social sciences--PhilosophyLiberalismHuman rightsPostmodernism--Social aspectsEnlightenment--InfluencePoststructuralismLegitimacy of governmentsMoral developmentRule of law--Social aspectsPsychology--PhilosophyDemocracy--Social aspectsSystem theoryWorld politicsNation-stateMiddle classRationalismSocial ethicsSocial actionUnited StatesPoorEconomic policyEconomic assistance, DomesticPolitical sociologySocial structureSociology--MethodologyDebates and debatingPersuasion (Rhetoric)College students--Political activity1929195319541957196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201415783825657707193B3258.H323ocn001477890ocn174260092ocn174260113ocn180597226ocn180597218ocn180673815ocn174218033ocn174218011ocn179019815ocn461880952ocn000323267ocn001045183ocn003898884ocn760161848ocn722286921ocn229445903ocn723949106ocn723035780ocn723181367ocn180913011ocn722071670ocn723716732ocn748703178ocn503455156ocn185647338ocn313163955ocn462091824ocn256397524ocn311787551ocn313850603ocn469041542ocn838801998ocn246731257ocn441778191ocn456521192ocn444724891ocn443325836ocn440248622ocn444385156ocn440250248ocn444496966ocn443794091ocn443118866ocn439212242ocn862285121ocn801070257ocn444546406ocn852716369ocn466255397ocn442779278ocn441591252ocn320376727ocn441328686ocn185993914ocn186426546ocn863915605ocn186241134ocn864725270ocn074386538ocn799413903ocn799409813ocn456518680ocn320376727ocn852229237ocn742628220180638ocn042328771file19980.37Habermas, JürgenThe inclusion of the other studies in political theoryI. How rational is the authority of the ought?+-+0217357175174245ocn000139391book19680.56Habermas, JürgenKnowledge and human interestsHistory+-+0690652535168433ocn044958223file19980.39Habermas, JürgenOn the pragmatics of communicationBringing together Habermas's key writings on language and communication, this text includes classic as well as new material in an introduction to Habermas's formal pragmatics - a vital aspect of his social theory. Written from 1976 to 1996, the essays show the extent to which formal pragmatics underpins Habermas's theory of communicative action. They are presented in chronological order, so that the reader can trace developments and revisions in Habermas's thought. The volume includes a critical discussion of Searle's theory of meaning, and Richard Rorty's neopragmatism. It concludes with Habermas's recent defence of his theory of communicative action, in which he reaffirms his view that interpretative understanding inescapably involves evaluation+-+4017357175156795ocn009732141book19810.50Habermas, JürgenThe theory of communicative actionVolume I examines the concept of rationality and its relation to problems of social action, intersubjective communication and socialhistorical change. Habermas develops a series of powerful arguments on controversial issues such as cultural relativism, the nature of Verstehen and the inseparability of interpretation and critique. In addition to clarifying the normative foundations of critical social theory, this prepares the way for a creative appropriation of Webster's theory of rationalization and its Marxist reception by Luk+cs, Horkheimer and Adorno+-+7522510925324156741ocn033281200book19950.53Habermas, JürgenBetween facts and norms : contributions to a discourse theory of law and democracyThis book works out the legal and political implications of Jurgan Habermas' theoretical approach, bringing to fruition the project announced more than three decades ago in The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere+-+3897357175150247ocn015789569book19870.53Habermas, JürgenThe philosophical discourse of modernity : twelve lecturesThe Philosophical Discourse of Modernity is a tour de force that has the immediacy and accessibility of the lecture form and the excitement of an encounter across, national cultural boundaries. Habermas takes up the challenge posed by the radical critique of reason in contemporary French poststructuralism. Tracing the odyssey of the philosophical discourse of modernity, Habermas's strategy is to return to those historical "crossroads" at which Hegel and the Young Hegelians, Nietzsche and Heidegger made the fateful decisions that led to this outcome. His aim is to identify and clearly mark out a road indicated but not taken: the determinate negation of subject-centered reason through the concept of communicative rationality. As The Theory of Communicative Action served to place this concept within the history of social theory, these lectures locate it within the history of philosophy. Habermas examines the odyssey of the philosophical discourse of modernity from Hegel through the present and tests his own ideas about the appropriate form of a postmodern discourse through dialogs with a broad range of past and present critics and theorists. The lectures on Georges Bataille, Michel Foucault, Jacques Derrida, and Cornelius Castoriadis are of particular note since they are the first fruits of the recent cross-fertilization between French and German thought. Habermas's dialogue with Foucault - begun in person as the first of these lectures were delivered in Paris in 1983 culminates here in two appreciative yet intensely argumentative lectures. His discussion of the literary-theoretical reception of Derrida in America - launched at Cornell in 1984 - issues here in a long excursus on the genre distinction between philosophy and literature. The lectures were reworked for the final time in seminars at Boston College and first published in Germany in the fall of 1985. -- from (August 22, 2011)+-+3756307175324149320ocn049851658file20000.39Habermas, JürgenThe postnational constellation political essays"Does a global economy render the traditional nation-state obsolete? Does globalization threaten democratic life, or offer it new forms of expression? What are the implications of globalization for our understanding of politics and of national and cultural identities?" "In the Postnational Constellation, the leading German philosopher and social theorist Jurgen Habermas addresses these and other questions. He explores topics such as the historical and political origins of national identity, the catastrophes and achievement of 'the long twentieth century', the future of democracy in the wake of the era of the nation-state, the moral and political challenges facing the European Union, and the status of global human rights in the ongoing debate on the sources of cultural identity. In their scope, critical insight, and argumentative clarity, the essays in The Postnational Constellation present a powerful vision of the contemporary political scene and of the challenges and opportunities we face in the new millennium."--BOOK JACKET+-+8947480305324142510ocn049851656file20010.37Habermas, JürgenThe liberating power of symbols philosophical essaysIn this collection, Jurgen Habermas engages with a wide range of twentieth-century thinkers. The essays display Habermas's appreciation for various intellectual traditions, his ability to distill the essence of other authors' work, and his outstanding critical powers+-+4747480305324129758ocn018327374book19890.59Habermas, JürgenThe structural transformation of the public sphere : an inquiry into a category of bourgeois societyHistoryIn this work, Habermas retraces the emergence and development of the bourgeois public sphere, focusing on Europe in the early modern period. He examines the writing of political theorists and the specific institutions and social forms in which the public sphere was realized+-+1356307175128731ocn000104507book19700.56Habermas, JürgenToward a rational society; student protest, science, and politics+-+2226952535120837ocn000649864book19710.56Habermas, JürgenTheory and practiceHabermas draws upon writings in philosophy and sociology to present an historical investigation of the relationship between social theories and their application+-+K270652535117832ocn004499717book19740.53Habermas, JürgenCommunication and the evolution of societyFive essays provide an overview of the emerging research program for analyzing contemporary society from a historical and pragmatic standpoint within the rules of empirical science+-+K860652535117229ocn024794965book19920.53Habermas, JürgenPostmetaphysical thinking : philosophical essaysThis collection of Habermas's recent essays on philosophical topics continues the analysis begun in The Philosophical Discourse of Modernity. In a short introductory essay, he outlines the sources of twentieth-century philosophizing, its major themes, and the range of current debates. The remainder of the essays can be seen as his contribution to these debates. Habermas's essay on George Herbert Mead is a focal point of the book. In it he sketches a postmetaphysical, intersubjective approach to questions of individuation and subjectivity. In other essays, he develops his distinctive, communications-theoretic approach to questions of meaning and validity. The book as a whole expands on his earlier efforts to define a middle ground between nostalgic revivals of metaphysical conceptions of reason and radical deconstructions of reason. -- Publisher description+-+6586307175324117028ocn020670280book19900.56Habermas, JürgenMoral consciousness and communicative actionThis long-awaited book sets out the implications of Habermas's theory of communicative action for moral theory "Discourse ethics" attempts to reconstruct a moral point of view from which normative claims can be impartially judged. The theory of justice it develops replaces Kant's categorical imperative with a procedure of justification based on reasoned agreement among participants in practical discourse.Habermas connects communicative ethics to the theory of social action via an examination of research in the social psychology of moral and interpersonal development. He aims to show that our basic moral intuitions spring from something deeper and more universal than contingent features of our tradition, namely from normative presuppositions of social interaction that belong to the repertoire of competent agents in any society.Jurgen Habermas is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Frankfurt. "Moral Consciousness and Communicative Action is included in the series Studies in Contemporary German Social Thought, edited by Thomas McCarthy+-+K746357175112724ocn009645016book19810.53Habermas, JürgenPhilosophical-political profilesPhilosophical-Political Profiles not only adds a new dimension to our understanding of the intellectual odyssey of Germany's leading contemporary thinker but also provides a series of stunning insights into the thought of the generation that preceded him. Martin Jay, University of California, Berkley+-+8625307175111938ocn001129996book19750.56Habermas, JürgenLegitimation crisisOffers a Marxian theory of communicative competence for application to the dynamics of contemporary capitalism. Bibliogs+-+5670652535102130ocn019981280book19890.53Habermas, JürgenThe new conservatism : cultural criticism and the historians' debateHistoryEssays discuss denial of Germany's Nazi past, the rise of the neoconservative movement in Europe and America, and the welfare state+-+3256307175961128ocn022979025book19610.63Habermas, JürgenStrukturwandel der Öffentlichkeit : Untersuchungen zu einer Kategorie der bürgerlichen Gesellschaft95326ocn017477079book19670.56Habermas, JürgenOn the logic of the social sciences+-+122635717589419ocn050684036book20020.59Habermas, JürgenTruth and justificationThey offer detailed discussions of truth and objectivity as well as an account of the representational function of language in terms of the formal-pragmatic framework he has developed. In defending his post-Kantian pragmatism, Habermas draws on both the continental and analytic traditions and endorses a weak naturalism and a form of epistemological realism."--BOOK JACKET+-+836835717518235ocn042856032com19980.37Habermas on law and democracy critical exchangesHabermas on Law and Democracy: Critical Exchanges provides a provocative debate between Jurgen Habermas and a wide range of his critics on Habermas's contribution to legal and democratic theory in his recently published Between Facts and Norms. The final essay of this volume is a thorough and lengthy reply by Habermas that not only joins issue with the most important arguments raised throughout the preceding essays but also further refines some of the key contributions made by Habermas in Between Facts and Norms. This volume will be essential reading for philosophers, legal scholars, and political and social theorists concerned with understanding the work of one of the leading philosophers of our age+-+711957570516877ocn042856077com19930.35Trey, GeorgeSolidarity and difference the politics of enlightenment in the aftermath of modernity+-+936599642516656ocn042855551com19990.37Blaug, RicardoDemocracy, real and ideal discourse ethics and radical politicsBy focusing the various difficulties encountered in applying theory to practical concerns, this book explores the reasons for the absence of a radical politics in Habermas's work. In doing so, it shows that certain political implications of the theory remain unexplored. The book articulates a unique application of Habermasian theory, the actual functioning of decision-making groups, the nature of deliberative interaction, and the kinds of judgments participants must make if they are to preserve their democratic process+-+835699642516484ocn045727310file19940.37Rehg, WilliamInsight and solidarity a study in the discourse ethics of Jurgen Habermas+-+324357570515234ocn047009299com19900.37The moral domainThe moral domain essays in the ongoing discussion between philosophy and the social sciences151514ocn003748385book19780.56McCarthy, ThomasThe critical theory of Jürgen HabermasCriticism, interpretation, etc"Works by Habermas": pp 443-464 Comprend un index+-+282581717514662ocn044954038com19850.47Alford, C. FredScience and the revenge of nature Marcuse & HabermasHistory13932ocn042855705file19910.37Smith, TonyThe role of ethics in social theory essays from a Habermasian perspective+-+480159642513712ocn044955478file19880.50DeHaven-Smith, LancePhilosophical critiques of policy analysis Lindblom, Habermas, and the Great Society13025ocn099758893com20050.47Finlayson, James GordonHabermas a very short introductionThis book gives a clear and readable overview of the philosophical work of Jurgen Habermas, the most influential German philosopher alive today, who has commented widely on subjects such as Marxism, the importance and effectiveness of communication, the reunification of Germany, and the European Union. Gordon Finlayson provides readers with a clear and readable overview of Habermas's forbiddingly complex philosophy using concrete examples and accessible language. He then goes on to analyse both the theoretical underpinnings of Habermas's social theory, and its more concrete applications in the fields of ethics, politics, and law; and concludes with an examination how Habermas's social and political theory informs his writing on contemporary, political, and social problems+-+404593746513013ocn049852248file20010.37Morris, MartinRethinking the communicative turn Adorno, Habermas, and the problem of communicative freedom"Contrasting aesthetic versus linguistic centered visions for critical theory and the analysis of contemporary democratic theory and society, Martin Morris draws special attention to the concept of communicative freedom. He problematizes the paradigm shift within critical theory from the "philosophy of the subject" to the communicative action theory championed by Jurgen Habermas by opposing Habermas's reconstruction of critical theory to that of Theodor W. Adorno."--BOOK JACKET+-+2342996425129810ocn085893527com20060.53Kompridis, NikolasCritique and disclosure critical theory between past and future"Drawing not only on his sustained critical engagement with the thought of Habermas and Heidegger but also on the work of other philosophers including Wittgenstein, Cavell, Gadamer, and Benjamin, Kompridis argues that critical theory must, in light of modernity's time-consciousness, understand itself as fully situated in its time - in an ever-shifting and open-ended horizon of possibilities, to which it must respond by disclosing alternative ways of thinking and acting. His innovative and original argument will serve to move the debate over the future of critical studies forward - beyond simple antinomies to a consideration of, as he puts it, "what critical theory should be if it is to have a future worthy of its past.""--BOOK JACKET+-+944766717532412527ocn310963541com20090.50Rehg, WilliamCogent science in context the science wars, argumentation theory, and Habermas"Recent years have seen a series of intense, increasingly acrimonious debates over the status and legitimacy of the natural sciences. These "science wars" take place in the public arena - with current battles over evolution and global warming - and in academia, where assumptions about scientific objectivity have been called into question. Given these hostilities, what makes a scientific claim merit our consideration? In Cogent Science in Context, William Rehg examines what makes scientific arguments cogent - that is, strong and convincing - and how we should assess that cogency. Drawing on the tools of argumentation theory, Rehg proposes a multidimensional, context-sensitive framework both for understanding the cogency of scientific arguments and for conducting cooperative interdisciplinary assessments of the cogency of actual scientific arguments."--Jacket+-+362736717512304ocn044961037com19910.39Young, R. ECritical theory and classroom talk12208ocn052756888com19990.50Steuerman, EmiliaThe bounds of reason Habermas, Lyotard, and Melanie Klein on rationalityThis is a highly original yet accessible study of the debate between modernity and postmodernity. It clearly explains and examines the central problem of the debate: whether the use of reason is an emancipatory or enslaving force+-+531777069511916ocn044955708file19990.37Swindal, JamesReflection revisited Jürgen Habermas's discursive theory of truth+-+115367873511566ocn767671002com20040.53Edgar, AndrewThe philosophy of HabermasCriticism, interpretation, etcThis comprehensive introduction to the thought of JürgenHabermas covers the full range of his ideas from his earlywork on student politics to his recent work on communicativeaction, ethics and law+-+173270822511527ocn006016099book19800.56Held, DavidIntroduction to critical theory : Horkheimer to HabermasCriticism, interpretation, etcThe writings of the Frankfurt school, in particular of Horkheimer, Adorno, Marcuse, and Jurgen Habermas, caught the imagination of the radical movements of the 1960s and 1970s and became a key element in the Marxism of the New Left.Partly due to their rise to prominence during the political turmoil of the 1960s, the work of these critical theorists has been the subject of continuing controversy in both political and academic circles. However, their ideas are frequently misunderstood. In this major work, now available from Polity Press, David Held presents a much-needed introduc+-+141251092532410682ocn501305861com19950.53Alway, JoanCritical theory and political possibilities conceptions of emancipatory politics in the works of Horkheimer, Adorno, Marcuse, and HabermasAlway identifies and assesses new models of emancipatory politics in the Frankfurt Schools Critical Theory. She outlines the complexities of Critical Theory, and clarifies the logical connections between assumptions that inform the critical theorists' analyses of social conditions and their views on the possibilities for radical political practice+-+226847868532410643ocn045844154file19940.53Cooke, MaeveLanguage and reason a study of Habermas's pragmaticsReaders of Juergen Habermas's "Theory of Communicative Action" and his later social theory know that the idea of communicative rationality is central to his version of critical theory. This text provides a general introduction to Habermas's programme of formal pragmatics - his reconstruction of the universal principles of possible understanding that, he argues, operate in everyday communicative practices. Philosophers of language should discover connections between Habermas's account of language and validity (especially his theory of meaning) and their own concerns. This work introduces the theory of communicative action as the background against which the programme of formal pragmatics must be understood. It then outlines the idea of communicative rationality as a postmetaphysical yet nondefeatist conception of reason. Two central chapters detail the connections Habermas asserts between language and validity, with particular attention to his theory of validity claims and his pragmatic theory of meaning. A final chapter looks at Habermas's account of the pathologies of modern society and at communicative rationality as a yardstick for measuring these pathologies. -- from (August 22, 2011)+-+4267857175324+-+0690652535+-+0690652535Fri Mar 21 15:13:09 EDT 2014batch138453