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Reconstruction Of Habermas’ Discourse Ethics Vis-a-vis Politics Of Inclusion by cbravo5: 9:26pm On Sep 02, 2018
PURPOSE OF STUDY
The purpose of this study is, primarily, to provide a foundation that validates and grounds the feasibility of Habermas’ idea of common political culture, and as such, realize genuine peaceful coexistence for multicultural societies. Equally, to argue, contra Habermas, that subtle form of assimilation still inheres in his idea of common political culture, and lastly, that discourse ethics appears incomplete a model to resolve the conflicts stemming from challenges of multiculturalism or politics of inclusion.
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