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    Beyond Secular Borders: Habermas's Communicative Ethic and the Need for Post-Secular Understanding.Rebecca Dew - 2019 - Critical Horizons 20 (4):317-332.
    ABSTRACTThis article investigates Habermas's communicative ethic in relation to changes in the roles of institutions and the state. I reference Alexy, Weber and Taylor, arguing that an artificial delimitation of the public sphere as disparate from the private or religious cramps the capacity of those identified as outsiders to communicate within it. I question the ability of public reason as Habermas has outlined it to meet the challenges it faces regarding interreligious dialogue and integration in democratic societies, and I suggest, (...)
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    Martin Buber and Hannah Arendt: Criticisms on the Development of a German Messianic.Rebecca Dew - 2018 - History of European Ideas 44 (5):623-640.
    A discussion of the influence of Martin Buber is not easily limited to the philosophical anthropology he espoused. Nor is the political thinking of Hannah Arendt easily removed from criticism of the philosophies that informed her. Both Buber and Arendt attacked the beastly shoulders of a misapplied messianism as it emerged in modern Germany. Hegel, Heidegger, Marx and to some degree Nietzsche would affect this misplacement, and Arendt and Buber for their part would enter into a shared critique that is (...)
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