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Author Rehg, William.

Title Insight and solidarity : a study in the discourse ethics of Jürgen Habermas / William Rehg
Published Berkeley : University of California Press, [1994]


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB  170.92 Haberm Reh/Ias  AVAILABLE
Description xvi, 273 pages ; 23 cm
Series Philosophy, social theory, and the rule of law ; 1
Philosophy, social theory, and the rule of law ; 1
Contents Pt. I. A Theory of Intersubjective Moral Insight. Ch. 1. The Object, Method, and Aim of Discourse Ethics. I. A Formal Pragmatics of Moral Interaction. II. The Discourse Ethics Enterprise. Ch. 2. Elements of Moral Discourse. I. Beyond Overlapping Consensus. II. The Structure of Rational Conviction. III. The Content of Practical Argumentation: Norms of Action. Ch. 3. Deriving a Dialogical Principle of Universalization. I. Conflict as Context. II. Premises. III. Derivation. IV. The Dialogical intersubjectivity of (U). V. Implications -- Postscript to Part I: Insight as Intersubjective -- Pt. II. Solidarity: Discourse Ethics and the Good. Ch. 4. Moral Discourse and Conceptions of the Good Life. I. The Distinction Between Ethical and Moral Perspectives. II. The Priority of Right in Discourse Ethics. III. The Relevance of Goods in Moral Discourse. IV. Solidarity and Moral Values. Ch. 5. Discourse Ethics and the Good. I. Questions of Priority. II. Charles Taylor: The Priority of Good
Excursus. Rawls on Justice and the Good. III. A Constitutive Good for Discourse Ethics? Ch. 6. The Solidaristic Basis of Moral Insight. I. Moral Formalism: Clues from a Reading of Humboldt. II. The "No Alternatives" Thesis: The Latent Power of the Other. III. Insight and Solidarity -- IV. Concluding Summary -- Pt. III. Discourse and Particularity. Ch. 7. Care and Discourses of Application. I. The Ethics-of-Care Critique of Impartialism. II. The Discourse-Ethical Response: Discourses of Application. III. Rapprochement with the Ethics of Care? Ch. 8. Situating Discourse Ethics: Toward the Analysis of Real Discourses. I. An Obvious Question. II. The Legal-Political Institutionalization of Discourse. III. Decentering Rational Consensus: Further Questions. IV. Insight and Solidarity: A Wrap-Up
Analysis Ethics
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 251-264) and index
Subject Habermas, Jürgen -- Ethics.
Habermas, Jürgen, 1929- -- Ethics.
Habermas, Jürgen.
Discourse ethics.
Ethics, Modern -- 20th century.
Philosophy, German.
Philosophy, Modern -- 20th century.
LC no. 93023800
ISBN 0520082044 (alk. paper)
0520208978 (paperback)
Other Titles Discourse ethics of Jürgen Habermas
Discourse ethics of Jurgen Habermas