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Dignidad humana en Kant y Habermas
Michelini,Dorando J.;
Estudios de filosof?-a pr??ctica e historia de las ideas , 2010,
Abstract: the idea of human dignity has been an object of a great number of philosophical debates and occupies a relevant place in international law. nevertheless it is a controversial concept. whereas some thinkers hold that it is a question of a fundamental ethical criterion that also offers the basis for legal obligation not only in the area of politics but also, for example, in biomedicine, others are skeptical with respect to the contributions and to the ethical and legal scope which a criterion of human dignity could have. in this article i propose to clarify critically the positions of kant and habermas regarding the notion of "human dignity". i divide my explanation in three parts: in the first part, i briefly point out what "human dignity" consists in kant's ethical-philosophical thinking (1). then, i examine habermas' comprehension of human dignity and the arguments he presents in relation to the treatment that human life and persons should receive (2). finally, i present a critical evaluation of the contributions of kant and habermas concerning the concept of human dignity in order to show their scope and limitations (3).
O "primeiro" Habermas: "trabalho e intera??o" na evolu??o emancipatória da humanidade
Maar, Wolfgang Leo;
Trans/Form/A??o , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-31732000000100004
Abstract: the objective of the article is to examine the work of the "early habermas" prior to the linguistic turn, localized in the preparatory studies at the theorie des kommunikativen handels and later works. we intend to investigate the essay arbeit und interaktion, of 1967, in which habermas, discussing with lukács, aims to legitimate his conception of history as emancipatory evolution of man as generic being, from hegel's texts in jena's time, besides suggesting a new reading of the young marx.
Jürgen Habermas and Bush’s Neoconservatives: Too Close for Comfort?
Vivienne Matthies-Boon
Studies in Social Justice , 2011,
Abstract: In his recent political writings, Habermas has opposed his cosmopolitan project to that of the Bushite neoconservatives. However, this article argues that in some respects Habermas's works come closer to the neoconservative agenda than he realizes and that this poses a potential danger of its being appropriated by precisely the camp he opposes. These problems particularly come to the fore in his analysis of Islamic fundamentalism, democracy and the Middle East, but also in his recommendations concerning UN-based internationalism and his appeals to Woodrow Wilson. By tracking these problematic areas in Habermas's work, this article argues that Habermas needs to engage in a more carefully articulated, concrete and empirical analysis if he is to avoid these problems.
Peace, War and Modernity in International Relations Theory
Samuel F. Mueller
Transcience : a Journal of Global Studies , 2010,
Abstract: Different theories of international relations have different opinions on the link between modernity and war. Some of the differences can be interpreted as a dichotomy between the paradigms embodied by Habermas and Foucault. The article studies the dichotomy.
Foucault with Habermas: toward a complementary critical reading of modernity
Juan Pablo Rodríguez
Revista Enfoques : Ciencia Política y Administración Pública , 2011,
Abstract: This essay examines Foucault’s and Habermas’s critical project in order to show their complementary character. In the examination of the main aspects of their oeuvres, it is argued, contrary to what some authors state, such as Habermas, that Foucault’s position on modernity is not that of total rejection, but rather ambivalent. It is therefore possible to consider Foucault’s theory as a critical counterweight to Habermas’s. The point is made that Foucault’s theory awards flexibility to some theoretical distinctions upon which Habermas builds his own project. This enables making profound criticisms of modernity without relinquishing the project of modernity. It is thus possible to see the critical project of Habermas and Foucault as two complementary readings of modernity. Some aspects of the Habermas/Foucault debate are addressed in order to support this argument.
Discourse Ethics beyond Apel and Habermas. A Realistic Relaunch
Matthias Kettner
Nordicum-Mediterraneum , 2011,
Abstract: Karl-Otto Apel, not Jürgen Habermas (as is often wrongly supposed) is the philosophical originator of discourse ethics (“Diskursethik”). The central contention of a discourse ethics, according to Apel’s lectures in the mid-sixties, is that some necessary presuppositions of discourse have universally valid moral content, or at least some content that is morally relevant, i.e. relevant for outlining a morality the principles of which have unassailable rational credentials. If any such presuppositions can be identified as governing the practice of rational argumentation, then for any interlocutor's communicative intention in a debate, waiving such presuppositions will clash with the construal of that debate as rationally meaningful debate, since it involves the interlocutor in a kind of inconsistency that Apel (like Habermas), drawing on speech-act theory, conceptualizes as a "performative self-contradiction".
A Verdade no fim da linha e a urgência democrática: Estudos sobre o debate Habermas & Rorty de 2000
Frederico Grani?o
Revista Redescri??es : Revista on-line do GT de Pragmatismo e Filosofia Norte-Americana , 2010,
Abstract: O presente artigo é uma análise dos principais argumentos decorrentes do fecundo debate entre Jürgen Habermas e Richard Rorty; focalizo nos textos Verdade e universalidade deste, e A Virada Pragmática de Richard Rorty daquele. Tentarei, em dois atos, mostrar a posi o de Habermas como incoerente: primeiro por lhe faltar, como aponta Rorty, radicalidade na virada lingüística, em seguida por propor um conceito essencialmente contraditório de verdade.This article is an analysis of the main arguments arising from the fruitful debate between Jürgen Habermas and Richard Rorty. I focus on texts Verdade e universalidade, of the latest, and A Virada Pragmática de Richard Rorty, of the first. Try, in two acts, show the position of Habermas as incoherent: first because it lacks, asRorty points out, the radical linguistic turn, then in second, because it proposes an essentially contradictory concept of truth.
Entre Verdade e Democracia: Análise do debate Rorty & Habermas de 1996
Frederico Grani?o
Revista Redescri??es : Revista on-line do GT de Pragmatismo e Filosofia Norte-Americana , 2009,
Abstract: O presente artigo é uma análise do debate entre Habermas e Rorty de1996, no Instituto de Filosofia e Sociologia da Academia Polonesa de Ciências. Debate-se a relevancia do conceito de validade universal para um projeto de política democrática. Será possível fazer juízos a partir de uma perspectiva contextual de conhecimento?This article is an analysis of the debate between Habermas and Rorty,1996, in the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of Polish Academy of Sciences. The debate is above the relevance of the concept of universal validity to a project of democratic politics. It would be possible to make judgments from a contextual view of knowledge?
Entre verdade e democracia: Os debates Rorty & Habermas
Frederico Grani?o
Revista Redescri??es : Revista on-line do GT de Pragmatismo e Filosofia Norte-Americana , 2009,
Abstract: Apresenta o de alguns dos principais argumentos envolvidos no debate entre Richard Rorty e Jürgen Habermas sobre a quest o de um fundamento para a moral e a verdade. Discute-se ainda a necessidade de um caráter “flexível” no pragmatismo de Richard Rorty.Presentation of some of the main arguments involved in the debate between Richard Rorty and Jürgen Habermas on the question of a foundation for morality and truth. It discusses, too, the need of flexibility in the pragmatism of Richard Rorty.
Solidariedade e autonomia individual
Alessandro Pinzani
DoisPontos , 2010,
Abstract: The paper discusses the role of solidarity in post-conventional society and shows how solidarity is intertwined with the concept of individual autonomy and its guarantee through fundamental rights. The starting point will be offered by two mental experiments introduced by Joel Feinberg and Eamonn Callann; further we shall consider the definition of solidarity given by Jürgen Habermas and Axel Honneth; finally some remarks on the concept of individual autonomy shall be discussed.
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