Erkenntnis und Interesse

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Beacon Press, 1972 - Philosophy - 356 pages
"For those concerned with the relationships between thought and action, KNOWLEDGE AND HUMAN INTERESTS will quickly be recognized as a brilliant book -- and a bold outline for a new social theory." (Times Literary Supplement)

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Habermas is simply the worst writer, relative to the complexity of his ideas, that I have ever come across: others are worse writers (Hegel), but have more difficult ideas which they struggle to ... Read full review

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About the author (1972)

Jürgen Habermas, a professor of philosophy at the University of Frankfurt, is the leading representative of the Frankfurt School tradition of social thought.

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