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By Peter Dews (Editor)

ISBN-10: 0860915794

ISBN-13: 9780860915799

During the last part decade or so, Jurgen Habermas has more and more hired the interview structure, either as a way of offering his altering perspectives on philosophical issues in an available manner, and as a method of debating present social and political matters. This new, increased version of "Autonomy and team spirit" contains an extra 5 interviews during which Habermas discusses such subject matters because the background and importance of the Frankfurt college, the social and political improvement of post-war Germany, the ethical prestige of civil disobedience, the consequences of the "Historians' Dispute", and the functionality of nationwide id within the glossy international.

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