Continuum (2003)

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This overview of Habermas' work explores the way in which his theories have developed and changed, leading to an exposition of his more complex ideas and theories. His theory of communicative action is analysed, as are key themes, and how they inter-relate.
Keywords Habermas, Jürgen   Sociology   Political science
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