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Details Product: 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.…this book is rich in suggestions for a new theory of knowledge that would take into account the 'interest' of humanity in non-repressive and non-distorting commmunication, or free and equal interaction as the implicit horizon of knowledge. -- Mark PosterIt is not altogether easy to assess the work of a scholar whose professional competence extends from the logic of science to the sociology of knowledge, by way of Marx, Hegel, and the more recondite sources of the European metaphysical tradition.…The baffling thing about Habermas is that, at an age when most of his colleagues had painfully established control over one corner of the field, he has made himself the master of the whole, in depth and breadth alike. -- Times Literary Supplement
Author: Jürgen Habermas
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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."…this book is rich in suggestions for a new theory of

knowledge that would take into account the 'interest' of humanity in non-repressive

and non-distorting commmunication, or free and equal interaction as the implicit

horizon of knowledge." -- Mark Poster"It is not altogether easy to assess the work of

a scholar whose professional competence extends from the logic of science to the

sociology of knowledge, by way of Marx, Hegel, and the more recondite sources of the

European metaphysical tradition.…The baffling thing about Habermas is that, at an

age when most of his colleagues had painfully established control over one corner of

the field, he has made himself the master of the whole, in depth and breadth alike." -

- Times Literary Supplement

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