Jürgen Habermas' s Writings on Europe

Ethical Perspectives 14 (3):287-310 (2007)
This article explores Habermas’s recent political writings in which he proposes a thin post-national model of political integration for Europe. Whilst sympathetic to Habermas’s undertakings, this article argues that there are certain unresolved tensions within these writings between his thin proceduralist model of European integration and his appeals to a thicker European self-understanding. The conclusion to be drawn from this, the author argues, is that Habermas should have remained faithful to his thin proceduralist account rather than turning to the question of European identity
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DOI 10.2143/EP.14.3.2025356
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