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Jürgen Habermas: The meaning behind everything


The late work of the philosopher Jürgen Habermas is an impertinence - and the grandiose anthem of a religiously unmusical on faith and theology.

"Nothing in theological content will persist unaltered, and everyone will have to face the test of immigrating to the secular, to the profane." After 1,800 pages a personal remark: This quote from Theodor W. Adorno had always irritated him and busy. Almost a confession. It reads like the summary of the company that Jürgen Habermas has now published. The result of a twenty-year retreat that combines monastic and scholar rooms: the way back, an attempt to tell the story of the post-metaphysical age.

Source: zeit

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