By Kenneth MacKendrick
This e-book argues that Jürgen Habermas’ severe conception could be productively constructed by way of incorporating a much broader realizing of fable and mind's eye as a part of its perception of communicative rationality and communicative pathologies. on condition that which means is generated either linguistically and performatively, MacKendrick argues that wish and myth has to be considered as constitutive features of intersubjective relatives. His objective is to teach that Habermasian social concept could plausibly renew its more and more severed ties with the early severe idea of the Frankfurt college via taking account of those good points of perform lifestyles, hence at the same time rekindling the relevance of the approximately forgotten emancipatory motive in his prior paintings and rejuvenating an emphasis at the modern critique of cause. This innovative new study will be of curiosity to these targeting the early writings of Habermas, the writings of the Frankfurt tuition, and the relation among severe thought, hermeneutics, and psychoanalysis.
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Discourse, Desire, and Fantasy in Jurgen Habermas' Critical Theory (Studies in Philosophy) by Kenneth MacKendrick