Understanding Habermas - Communicating Action and Deliberative Democracy

By: Eriksen, Erik O

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Continuum Academic: Continuum International, 2004. Jurgen Habermas is the author of one of the most comprehensive, ambitious and debated projects in social theory of the twentieth century. His deep-seated theory and penetrating analysis arouse attention in ever-wider circles. Yet his books and articles are not always easily accessible, even to those with prior knowledge of his theories.This book provides an illuminating and comprehensive overview of Habermas' work. It explores the way in which his theories have developed and changed in the last twenty years, leading to an exposition of his more complex ideas and theories. His theory of communicative action is analysed, as are key themes, such as rights, public deliberation, law and democracy, and how they inter-relate. The question of how institutions can be designed to facilitate problem solving and conflict-resolution in a communicative manner is also discussed, and so is Habermas' contribution to the theory of international relations.<p>. Paperback. New.

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