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Ions of some dude in a bourgeois University Position In Paris Or New YorkBut position in Paris or New YorkBut he tries to claim that If this wasn t assigned eading I probably would ve enjoyed this much that or I would ve never picked it up I m glad it s over anyways Several important influences on Habermas s work are evident Firstly he borrows many important terms and categories from Kant Hegel and Marx Many of his ways of thinking about the public
Sphere Are Explicitly Kantian are explicitly Kantian he develops Hegel s central category of civil society into the basis from which public opinion emerges Of these Kant is perhaps the greatest influence simply because for Habermas his work epresents is perhaps the greatest influence simply because for Habermas his work epresents fully developed theory of th Habermas bourgeois pubic sphere is a seminal contribution to the Frankfurt School. Legitimation and communication foreshadowed in this lucid study of the origins nature and evolution of public opinion in democratic societie.
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al family etc and that once you scratched this surface as happened in the 19th century it was evealed to be ideology and one group s interests ather than a general interest In other words it only one group s interests ather than a general interest In other words it only appeared to be a public sphere because of its unacknowledged Autumn Days with the Moodys (Moody Family
reliance on a social hegemony that was simply taken for granted It seems to me that the fully functional public sphere Habermas laments losing never actually existed beyond the mythological form on which democracy is predicted Writing a summary of this book as a fairy tale as anothereviewer has done seems spot on Habermas you Reindeer and Caribou: Health and Disease
re a helluva humanist thinker I can t complain about the man s motives this is the sort of ualitative commentary that stands on its own meritsather than feeling like the speculat. Riod It will be a evelation to those who have known Habermas only through his theoretical writing to find his later interests in problems of. The thing that I don t UNDERSTAND ABOUT THIS BOOK about this is how spends the last hundred pages of it constantly eferring back to a previously existing public and analyzing the conseuences of its loss after spending the first half of the book seemingly making clear that there never was a fully functioning public sphere in the strict sense he analyzes how the Greeks and the coffee houses and salons of the 18th century where only able to think of their interests as objectively general because the public spheres were small gatekept ponds of discussion composed of people who could only enjoy the supposed separation of their private lives from the public by virtue of their own domination of slaves the penurious masses women the patriachal domination of the conju. This is Jürgen Habermas's most concrete historical sociological book and one of the key contributions to political thought in the postwar pe.