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For this purpose, the dialectics between "symbolic representation" of "the structures subordinated to all worlds of life" "internal relationships" and the "material reproduction" of the social systems in their complex "external relationships" between social systems and environment has to be considered.
This model finds an application, above all, in the "theory of the social evolution", starting from the reconstruction of the necessary conditions for a phylogeny of the socio-cultural life forms the "hominization" until an analysis of the development of "social formations", which Habermas subdivides into primitive, traditional, modern and contemporary formations.
Secondly, it tries to offer some methodological clarifications about the "explanation of the dynamics" of "historical processes" and, in particular, about the "theoretical meaning" of the evolutional theory's propositions.
In The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere , Habermas argues that prior to the 18th century, European culture had been dominated by a "representational" culture, where one party sought to "represent" itself on its audience by overwhelming its subjects.
In Habermas's view, the growth in newspapers , journals , reading clubs, Masonic lodges , and coffeehouses in 18th-century Europe, all in different ways, marked the gradual replacement of "representational" culture with Öffentlichkeit culture.
According to Habermas, a variety of factors resulted in the eventual decay of the public sphere, including the growth of a commercial mass media , which turned the critical public into a passive consumer public; and the welfare state, which merged the state with society so thoroughly that the public sphere was squeezed out.
It also turned the "public sphere" into a site of self-interested contestation for the resources of the state rather than a space for the development of a public-minded rational consensus.
His most known work to date, the Theory of Communicative Action , is based on an adaptation of Talcott Parsons AGIL Paradigm. In this work, Habermas voiced criticism of the process of modernization, which he saw as inflexible direction forced through by economic and administrative rationalization.
Habermas has expressed optimism about the possibility of the revival of the public sphere. Several noted academics have provided various criticisms of Habermas's notions regarding the public sphere.
John B. Thompson , a Professor of Sociology at the University of Cambridge and a fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge ,  has claimed that Habermas's notion of the public sphere is antiquated due to the proliferation of mass-media communications.
Michael Schudson from the University of California, San Diego argues more generally that a public sphere as a place of purely rational independent debate never existed.
Nancy Fraser , the Henry A. Habermas offered some early criticisms in an essay, "Modernity versus Postmodernity" , which has achieved wide recognition.
In that essay, Habermas raises the issue of whether, in light of the failures of the twentieth century, we "should try to hold on to the intentions of the Enlightenment , feeble as they may be, or should we declare the entire project of modernity a lost cause?
Habermas has several main criticisms of postmodernism :. Habermas is famous as a public intellectual as well as a scholar; most notably, in the s he used the popular press to attack the German historians Ernst Nolte , Michael Stürmer , Klaus Hildebrand and Andreas Hillgruber.
Habermas first expressed his views on the above-mentioned historians in the Die Zeit on 11 July in a feuilleton a type of culture and arts opinion essay in German newspapers entitled "A Kind of Settlement of Damages".
Habermas criticized Nolte, Hildebrand, Stürmer and Hillgruber for "apologistic" history writing in regard to the Nazi era, and for seeking to "close Germany's opening to the West" that in Habermas's view had existed since Habermas argued that Nolte, Stürmer, Hildebrand and Hillgruber had tried to detach Nazi rule and the Holocaust from the mainstream of German history , explain away Nazism as a reaction to Bolshevism , and partially rehabilitate the reputation of the Wehrmacht German Army during World War II.
Habermas wrote that Stürmer was trying to create a "vicarious religion" in German history which, together with the work of Hillgruber, glorifying the last days of the German Army on the Eastern Front, was intended to serve as a "kind of NATO philosophy colored with German nationalism".
Habermas wrote: "The unconditional opening of the Federal Republic to the political culture of the West is the greatest intellectual achievement of our postwar period; my generation should be especially proud of this.
This event cannot and should not be stabilized by a kind of NATO philosophy colored with German nationalism. The opening of the Federal Republic has been achieved precisely by overcoming the ideology of Central Europe that our revisionists are trying to warm up for us with their geopolitical drumbeat about "the old geographically central position of the Germans in Europe" Stürmer and "the reconstruction of the destroyed European Center" Hillgruber.
The only patriotism that will not estrange us from the West is a constitutional patriotism. The so-called Historikerstreit "Historians' Quarrel" was not at all one-sided, because Habermas was himself attacked by scholars like Joachim Fest ,  Hagen Schulze ,  Horst Möller,  Imanuel Geiss  and Klaus Hildebrand.
Habermas and Jacques Derrida engaged in a series of disputes beginning in the s and culminating in a mutual understanding and friendship in the late s that lasted until Derrida's death in The next year Habermas published "Beyond a Temporalized Philosophy of Origins: Derrida" in The Philosophical Discourse of Modernity in which he described Derrida's method as being unable to provide a foundation for social critique.
At the end of the s, Habermas approached Derrida at a party held at an American university where both were lecturing. They then met at Paris over dinner, and participated afterwards in many joint projects.
In they held a joint seminar on problems of philosophy, right, ethics, and politics at the University of Frankfurt. Questions for Jacques Derrida conference organized by Joseph Cohen and Raphael Zagury-Orly.
Following the lecture by Habermas, both thinkers engaged in a very heated debate on Heidegger and the possibility of Ethics.
In early , both Habermas and Derrida were very active in opposing the coming Iraq War ; in a manifesto that later became the book Old Europe, New Europe, Core Europe , the two called for a tighter unification of the states of the European Union in order to create a power capable of opposing American foreign policy.
Derrida wrote a foreword expressing his unqualified subscription to Habermas's declaration of February "February 15, or, What Binds Europeans Together: Plea for a Common Foreign Policy, Beginning in Core Europe" in the book, which was a reaction to the Bush administration 's demands upon European nations for support in the coming Iraq War.
Habermas's attitudes toward religion have changed throughout the years. Analyst Phillippe Portier identifies three phases in Habermas's attitude towards this social sphere: the first, in the decade of , when the younger Jürgen, in the spirit of Marx, argued against religion seeing it as an "alienating reality" and "control tool"; the second phase, from the mids to the beginning of the 21st Century, when he stopped discussing it and, as a secular commentator, relegated it to matters of private life; and the third, from then until now, when Habermas has recognized the positive social role of religion.
For the normative self-understanding of modernity, Christianity has functioned as more than just a precursor or catalyst. Universalistic egalitarianism , from which sprang the ideals of freedom and a collective life in solidarity, the autonomous conduct of life and emancipation, the individual morality of conscience, human rights and democracy, is the direct legacy of the Judaic ethic of justice and the Christian ethic of love.
This legacy, substantially unchanged, has been the object of a continual critical reappropriation and reinterpretation.
Up to this very day there is no alternative to it. And in light of the current challenges of a post-national constellation, we must draw sustenance now, as in the past, from this substance.
Everything else is idle postmodern talk. Das Christentum ist für das normative Selbstverständnis der Moderne nicht nur eine Vorläufergestalt oder ein Katalysator gewesen.
Der egalitäre Universalismus, aus dem die Ideen von Freiheit und solidarischem Zusammenleben, von autonomer Lebensführung und Emanzipation, von individueller Gewissensmoral, Menschenrechten und Demokratie entsprungen sind, ist unmittelbar ein Erbe der jüdischen Gerechtigkeits- und der christlichen Liebesethik.
In der Substanz unverändert, ist dieses Erbe immer wieder kritisch angeeignet und neu interpretiert worden. Dazu gibt es bis heute keine Alternative.
Auch angesichts der aktuellen Herausforderungen einer postnationalen Konstellation zehren wir nach wie vor von dieser Substanz. Alles andere ist postmodernes Gerede.
This statement has been misquoted in a number of articles and books, where Habermas instead is quoted for saying:. Mir geht es hier um Jürgen Habermas und um seinen konkreten Text.
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Habermas ist anders. Schnell beweist Luise Habermaass einen feinen Sinn für die Erfordernisse des Marktes. Im Jahr stirbt Luise Habermaass, Ehrenbürgerin der Stadt Bad Rodach, kurz nach Vollendung ihres Bereits tritt ihr Sohn Klaus Habermaass nach einer Schreinerlehre und einem Studium an der staatlichen Ingenieurschule Rosenheim in die Firma ein.
Der Jährige wird zunächst Betriebsassistent, übernimmt aber nach und nach die Bereiche Technik, Finanzen und Entwicklung, während sich Luise Habermaass auf die Sortimentsfindung bei Wehrfritz spezialisiert.
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