Four Conclusions of a thesis on Habermas, Taylor, Marion, and the Post-Secular Public SphereKonstantin F. Tringas
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The paper discusses four main points concerning Habermas’ translation proviso as a method for making religious contributions available in the public sphere. The speaker also concludes by calling for the development of Habermas’ model in a more hermeneutic direction and the (political) application of Marion’s phenomenology through the employment of supplementary intellectual resources._______________
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