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The Philosophical Discourse of Modernity ebook

The Philosophical Discourse of Modernity by Frederick Lawrence, Jurgen Habermas, Thomas McCarthy

The Philosophical Discourse of Modernity



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The Philosophical Discourse of Modernity Frederick Lawrence, Jurgen Habermas, Thomas McCarthy ebook
ISBN: 0745608303, 9780745608303
Publisher: Polity Press
Format: pdf
Page: 456


Excursus on Cornelius Castoriadis: The Imaginary Institution. This article examines Levinas as if he were a participant in what Habermas has called `the philosophical discourse of modernity'. Theodor Ludwig Wiesengrund Adorno (September 11, 1903 – August 6, 1969) was a German philosopher who wrote widely in the areas of sociology, social psychology, aesthetics, musicology, and literary criticism. About RVP IVA.26 Contemporary philosophical discourse in Lithuania, Lithuanian Philosophical Studies; IV. Since the 1960s the Frankfurt School has been guided by Jürgen Habermas' (born 1929) work on communicative reason, linguistic intersubjectivity and what Habermas calls “the philosophical discourse of modernity“. In: idem, The Philosophical Discourse of Modernity. Frankfurt a.M.: Suhrkamp, 127-183. Discourse is an activity designed in order to bring ideas down from the proverbial heavens and affect the course of our lives, our destinies, and our polis. Philosophical discourse of modernity when it is suggested in the last chapter that if Foucault's theory(!) is pushed foward, it dialectically result in Habermas. It begins by comparing Levinas' and Habermas' articulations of the philosophical problems of modernity. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 327- 335. Most importantly, he has changed our discourse from Marx and the "factory" to Foucault and the "prison".

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