Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to Jürgen Habermas, German sociologist and philosopher.
  • adj. Of or pertaining to Gary Habermas, American philosophical theologian.

Etymologies

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Habermas +‎ -ian

Examples

  • Or, in Habermasian terms, philosophy abandons its privileged status as a meta-language pronouncing on the conditions necessary for legitimate intellectual inquiry, and becomes the convener of a dialogue between other disciplines and discourses.

    Post-Secular Conviviality

  • Her argument aims to defend Habermasian discourse ethics against the criticism that it short-changes the embedded, situated, and affiliated aspects of identity — the places, in short, where people actually live out their daily lives.

    Introduction

  • It does seem unlikely that a Habermasian cosmopolitianism, no matter how supplemented and thickened, is going to be able to open itself to forms of ethos and character that come from religious traditions.

    Introduction

  • Neither Habermasian consensus nor Mouffe-Laclau's hegemonic theory nor Lyotard's deferand sufficiently provide a way out of this?

    Prominent McCain Supporter: I'm "Absolutely" Concerned That Obama Is Anti-American

  • The third stage is a "most demanding type of science-religion discourse" which "embraces the full intent of the Peircian-Habermasian procedural account of rationality", not merely withdrawing claims that are counter-indicated by the evidence, but actively seeking to maximize traction between religion and science, and seeking those conversations that can lead to this end p.56.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • When Savitri Era Learning Forum spread its wings in June 2005 with a modest motto echoing Habermasian agenda, the scene was dismal.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Integrity is integral to Habermasian communication as well as Integral Yoga.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • In light of recent discussions and criticisms of the Habermasian conception of the public sphere, the intent is to situate judicial history within a broader perspective which takes into account the different forms and functions of public space across time.

    Call for Papers: Justice and Public Space(s) in the Western World, from Antiquity to the Present

  • In fact, two very fine studies have come up which, in a way, endorse the Habermasian emphasis on Communicative Action within the Sri Aurobindian context.

    Habermasian Communicative Action within the Sri Aurobindian context

  • If anything like the Habermasian public sphere exists now, it is effectively rigged, much as the game of brand preference is for any kind of commodity.

    Archive 2008-12-01

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