Jürgen Habermas: a philosophical--political profile
This philosophical-political profile offers the first of its kind intellectual reconstruction of Habermas' defining existential and historical situations, his generational profile and interventions, his impact on as well as the discontents that his life work generates in others. Written as a lively dramatic engagement with major themes of Habermas' adult life in postwar Germany, the entire study occupies a unique place between the standard genres of a biography and a theoretical commentary on the oeuvre.
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1 Transmutations ofFascism in the Generational
2 Impact of the Institutional Grounding of West Germany
From Incubation to Revolt 19601969
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