Europe : The Faltering Project

By: Habermas, JürgenMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2014Description: 1 online resource (251 p.)ISBN: 9780745692913Subject(s): Europe -- Foreign relations -- 1989 | Europe -- Foreign relations -- United States | Europe -- Politics and government -- 20th century | Europe -- Politics and government -- 21st century | Political science -- PhilosophyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Europe : The Faltering ProjectDDC classification: 320.9409051 LOC classification: JN30 .H384 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Title page; Copyright page; Table of Contents; Author's Preface; Translator's Preface; Part I: Portraits; 1: '... And to define America, her athletic Democracy': In Memory of Richard Rorty; 2: How to Answer the Ethical Question: Derrida and Religion; 3: Ronald Dworkin - A Maverick among Legal Scholars; Part II: Europe, the Faltering Project; 4: An Avantgardistic Instinct for Relevances: The Role of the Intellectual and the European Cause; 5: What is Meant by a 'Post-Secular Society'? A Discussion on Islam in Europe
6: European Politics at an Impasse: A Plea for a Policy of Graduated IntegrationPart III: On Reason in the Public Sphere; 7: The Constitutionalization of International Law and the Legitimation Problems of a Constitution for World Society; 8: Media, Markets and Consumers: The Quality Press as the Backbone of the Political Public Sphere; 9: Political Communication in Media Society: Does Democracy still have an Epistemic Dimension? The Impact of Normative Theory on Empirical Research; Afterword: Lessons of the Financial Crisis; Notes; Index
Summary: The future of Europe and the role it will play in the 21st century are among the most important political questions of our time. The optimism of a decade ago has now faded but the stakes are higher than ever. The way these questions are answered will have enormous implications not only for all Europeans but also for the citizens of Europe's closest and oldest ally - the USA. In this new book, one of Europe's leading intellectuals examines the political alternatives facing Europe today and outlines a course of action for the future. Habermas advocates a policy of gradual integration of Europe i
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Title page; Copyright page; Table of Contents; Author's Preface; Translator's Preface; Part I: Portraits; 1: '... And to define America, her athletic Democracy': In Memory of Richard Rorty; 2: How to Answer the Ethical Question: Derrida and Religion; 3: Ronald Dworkin - A Maverick among Legal Scholars; Part II: Europe, the Faltering Project; 4: An Avantgardistic Instinct for Relevances: The Role of the Intellectual and the European Cause; 5: What is Meant by a 'Post-Secular Society'? A Discussion on Islam in Europe

6: European Politics at an Impasse: A Plea for a Policy of Graduated IntegrationPart III: On Reason in the Public Sphere; 7: The Constitutionalization of International Law and the Legitimation Problems of a Constitution for World Society; 8: Media, Markets and Consumers: The Quality Press as the Backbone of the Political Public Sphere; 9: Political Communication in Media Society: Does Democracy still have an Epistemic Dimension? The Impact of Normative Theory on Empirical Research; Afterword: Lessons of the Financial Crisis; Notes; Index

The future of Europe and the role it will play in the 21st century are among the most important political questions of our time. The optimism of a decade ago has now faded but the stakes are higher than ever. The way these questions are answered will have enormous implications not only for all Europeans but also for the citizens of Europe's closest and oldest ally - the USA. In this new book, one of Europe's leading intellectuals examines the political alternatives facing Europe today and outlines a course of action for the future. Habermas advocates a policy of gradual integration of Europe i

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Jurgen Habermas is a German sociologist who studied at the universities of Gottingen, Zurich, and Bonn. He taught at Frankfurt am Main, Marburg, and Heidelberg before becoming professor of philosophy at the University of Frankfurt. His works, widely translated, have made him one of the most influential social theorists of our time.

Habermas is considered by some to be an intellectual heir to Max Weber and what has been called the Frankfurt School. His work has centered mainly on the role of communication and technology in changing patterns of social relations, human activity, and values. An outspoken advocate of the Enlightenment and a champion of reason, he has also cautioned that the technical rationality associated with modern capitalism often functions as ideology and may stand in the way of human progress.

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