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Jürgen Habermas

Author: David M Rasmussen; James Swindal
Publisher: London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, 2002.
Series: Sage masters of modern social thought.
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This is the first systematic assessment of the work of Jurgen Habermas - the key theorist of the later Frankfurt School, whose writing has had a major impact on social theory and sociology.


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Jürgen Habermas.
London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, 2002
Named Person: Jürgen Habermas; Jürgen Habermas
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David M Rasmussen; James Swindal
ISBN: 0761974466 9780761974468
OCLC Number: 50638796
Description: 4 volumes : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: PART ONE: THE FOUNDATIONS OF HABERMAS'S PROJECTHabermas as a Critical TheoristThe Critical Theory of J[um]urgen Habermas - Thomas McCarthyEmpirico-Analytic and Critical Social Science - Albrecht WellmerParadigm-Core and Theory-Dynamics in Critical Social Theory - Hauke Bronkhorst People and ProgramsSocial Theorist at the Institute at Last, Valued by Adorno But Seen by Horkheimer as too Left-Wing - Rolf WiggershausHabermas, Hermeneutics and Critical TheoryHermeneutics and Social Science - Hans-Georg GadamerEthics and Culture - Paul Ricoeur Habermas and Gadamer in DialogueThe Modernist Left - Ingrid Scheibler Habermas's Critique of Gadamer IShould Intellectual History Take a Linguistic Turn? - Martin Jay Reflections on the Habermas-Gadamer DebateHermeneutics and the Critique of Ideology - Georgia WarnkeCommunicative ActionHabermas on Communicative Action - Ernst TugendhatCommunicative Action and Philosophy - David RasmussenThe Critique of Functionalist Reason - Seyla BenhabibFormal Pragmatics and Social Criticism - James BohmanSocial Labor and Communicative Action - Marie FlemingCommunication and Reconciliation - Axel Honneth Habermas's Critique of AdornoThe Modernity / Postmodernity DebateIntroduction - Richard Bernstein Habermas and ModernityDeconstruction, Postmodernism and Philosophy - Christopher Norris Habermas on DerridaThe Dilemmas of Modernity - David RasmussenPART TWO: LAW AND POLITICSLaw and Democratic Theory Reply to Habermas - John RawlsHow Is Valid Law Possible? - David RasmussenCritique of Habermas's Contribution to the Sociology of Law - Klaus EderDemocracy and the Rechstaat - Ken Baynes Habermas' Faktizit[um]at und GeltungIntroduction - Mathieu Deflem Law in Habermas's Theory of Communicative ActionCrisis Tendencies, Legitimation, and the State - David HeldDworkin, Habermas, and the CLS Movement on Moral Criticism in Law - David IngramBetween Radicalism and Resignation - William Scheuerman Democratic Theory in Habermas's Between Facts and NormsHabermas's Discourse Theory of Law and Democracy - William RehgJurisprudence and Validity? - David RasmussenThe Public SphereThe Globalization of the Public Sphere - James BohamOn the Relation of Morality to Politics - Thomas McCarthyModels of Public Space - Seyla Benhabib Hannah Arendt, the Liberal Tradition and J[um]urgen HabermasFrom a Literary to a Political Public Sphere - Jean Cohen and Andrew AratoCulture and SocietyHabermas, Derrida, and the Function of Philosophy - Richard RortyThe Metaphor of the Covenant in Habermas - Sander GriffioenFeminismWhat's Critical about Critical Theory - Nancy Fraser The Case of Habermas and GenderThe Cultural Foundations of Public Policy - Simone ChambersFeminism and Habermas's Discourse Ethics - Johanna MeehanThe Politics of Vulnerability - Barbara Fultner On the Role of Idealism in Bulter and HabermasPART THREE: ETHICSDiscourse EthicsThe Communicative Paradigm in Moral Theory - Alessandro FerraraDiscourse and the Moral Point of View - William RehgHabermas, Communicative Ethics and the Development of Moral Consciousness - Stephen WhiteCommunicative Ethics and Current Controversies in Practical Philosophy - Seyla BenhabibDiscourse Ethics and Civil Society - Jean CohenHabermas, Values and the Rational Internal Structure of Communication - Tony CoutureRethinking Discourse Ethics The Formal Thought of J[um]urgen Habermas from the Perspective of a Universal Material Ethics - Enrique DusselDiscourse Ethics and Liberation Ethics - Eduardo MendietaDiscourse Ethics and Ethical Realism - Felmon Davis A Realist Realignment of Discourse EthicsPractical Reasoning Impartial Application of Moral and Legal Norms - Klaus G[um]unther A Contribution to Discourse EthicsUniversalisms - Alessandro Ferrara Proceduralist, Contextualist and PrudentialNormatively Grounding Critical Theory - Karl-Otto ApelIntractable Conflicts and Moral Objectivity - William Rehg A Dialogical, Problem-Based ApproachCommunicative Competence and Normative Force - Jonathan CullerMacIntyre and Habermas on Practical Reasons - John DoodyAutonomy and AuthenticityThe Ambiguity of Habermas's Notion of Generalizability - Alessandro FerraraThe Complexity of the Subject, Narrative Identity and the Modernity of the South - Carlos ThiebautHabermas, Autonomy and the Identity of the Self - Maeve Cooke Conflict or Complement?The Role of the Will in Post-Conventional Personal Identity - James SwindalHabermas's Reading of Kierkegaard - Martin MatustikPART FOUR: COMMUNICATIVE RATIONALITY, FORMAL PRAGMATICS, SPEECH ACT THEORY AND TRUTHCommunicative RationalityThe Lifeworld Background of Reflective Acceptability - James SwindalThe Problem of Foundationalism in Habermas's Discourse Ethics - Joseph HeathThe Two Meanings of Communicative Rationality - Martin Seel Remarks on Habermas's Critique of the Plural Concept of ReasonLanguage and Society - Charles TaylorFormal Pragmatics and Speech Act TheorySpeech Acts and Validity Claims - Maeve CookeThe Unhappy Marriage of Hermeneutics and Functionalism - Hans JoasFormal Pragmatics and Social Criticism - James BohmanIs There Any Normative Claim Internal to Stating Facts? - Andreas DorschelNature, History and the Logic of DevelopmentOn the Use and Abuse of Memory - Max Pensky Habermas, `Anamnestic Solidarity' and the HistorikerstreitHabermas's Developmental Logic - David Owen Universal or EurocentricNew Science, New Nature - Steven Vogel The Habermas-Marcuse Debate RevisitedCollective Learning - Piet Styrdom Habermas's Concessions and Their ImplicationTruthWhat Is a Validity Claim? - Joseph HeathRational Acceptability and Truth - Cristina Lafont Remarks on the Habermas/Rawls DebateA Critique of Habermas's Consensus Theory of Truth - Alessandro FerraraHabermas's Transformation of Truth Semantics - James SwindalHabermas's Consensus Theory of Truth - Mary HesseThe Problems of a Consensus Theory of Truth - Nicholas Rescher
Series Title: Sage masters of modern social thought.
Responsibility: edited by David M. Rasmussen & James Swindal.
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