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Habermas on Publicity II (Re: Arendt, Koselleck, and Schmitt)

It is hardly surprising that Immanuel Kant plays a prominent role in Habermas’s discussion of the vicissitudes of what — for reasons that I’ve discussed in a previous post — might best be termed “bourgeois publicity.”  As Habermas notes at … Continue reading

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