Category Archives: Jürgen Habermas

The Foucault/Habermas debate that never was

James Schmidt has two very interesting posts about the Foucault/Habermas ‘debate that never was’ – part one and part two. Part One includes a letter from Foucault from late 1983. Part three is promised soon. About these ads

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Mendieta on Habermas and religion

To coincide with the new book he co-edited on this topic, Eduardo Mendieta discusses Habermas and religion. The centrality of religion to social theory in general and philosophy in particular explains why Jürgen Habermas has dealt with it, in both … Continue reading

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