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The relationship between the political public sphere and the democratic process of legislation in Jurgen Habermas - Alessandro Scatizza

DATA DI RILASCIO 24/01/2005
DIMENSIONE DEL FILE 3,84
ISBN 9788889177136
LINGUAGGIO ITALIANO
AUTRICE/AUTORE Alessandro Scatizza
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...ird, the independence of a public sphere that operates as an intermediary system between state and society ... Habermas, the Public Sphere, and Democracy: A Critical ... ... . These elements form the normative bedrock of liberal democracies (irrespective of the diversity otherwise Jürgen Habermas currently ranks as one of the most influential philosophers in the world. Bridging continental and Anglo-American traditions of thought, he has engaged in debates with thinkers as diverse as Gadamer and Putnam, Foucault and Rawls, Derrida and Brandom. The industry of political marketing emerges when parties feel obliged to influence voting decisions in t ... Habermas, the Public Sphere, and Democracy: A Critical ... ... . The industry of political marketing emerges when parties feel obliged to influence voting decisions in this way. Political marketing depends on the empirical techniques of market and opinion research. In the manipulated public sphere it creates, an acclamation-prone mood predominates. Appeals to the ... An overview of the feminist critiques of the public sphere 225 femininity, the more or less explicit purpose of these critical feminist analyses was to balance gender hierarchies that occur in each of the two spheres. Certainly, these accounts could be, at their turn criticized, for using the public- 34 Jürgen Habermas, "The Public Sphere," New German Critique 3 (1974), p. 51; Jürgen Habermas, Between Facts and Norms: Contributions to a Discourse Theory of Law and Democracy (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1996), pp. 360-67; Jürgen Habermas, "Political Communication in Media Society: Does Democracy Still Enjoy an Epistemic Dimension? Habermas's book on the public sphere was not translated into English until the late '80s of the last century, but those who knew his work well saw traces of his interest in the public sphere ... THE "PUBLIC SPHERE" AND ITS PROBLEMS: BRINGING THE STATE (BACK) IN MICHAEL SCHUDSON* The sorry state of American citizenship is widely and fer-vently noted by moralists and critics on the left, right, and center. We are regularly reminded how few Americans vote, how few can name their Congressional representatives, how few take an active The State and the Public Sphere in Russia Elena Chebankova ... Jürgen Habermas claims that the public sphere saw its "golden age between 1860 ... part in promoting these trends with a view to sustaining the extant structure of political and economic relations. In the second subsection, ... Habermas analyzes the structures and operation of the political public sphere. The first part of this section, however, takes a historical approach. Habermas attempts to explain the unusual nature of English politics in the eighteenth century. 1. critique of Habermas's account of media and pessimistic view of mass media undermining the public sphere 2. alternative histories of the public sphere, focused on non-bourgeois publics, and the formulation of a non-bourgeois conception of the public sphere and public communication...