Presentation of the »Cambridge Habermas Lexicon« to Jürgen Habermas
In May 2019, the Cambridge Habermas Lexicon with almost 200 entries on his work was published. On 27 of May, the volume was handed over to Jürgen Habermas by the editors – the philosophers Amy Allen and Eduardo Mendieta from Pensssymlvania University – and almost half of its 100 authors.
(photos by Stefanie Wetzel)
Jürgen Habermas, Amy Allen, Eduardo Mendieta
Thanks by Jürgen Habermas
Hilary Gaskin and Raymond Geuss
Matthias Lutz-Bachmann in conversation with Jürgen Habermas and Rainer Forst
Axel Honneth, Albena Azmanova, Peter Niesen
Judith Borodovko Walzer, Michael Walzer, Darrel Moellendorf
Rainer Forst in conversation with Albena Azmanova und Pieter Duvenage
Martin Saar in conversation with Rolf van Dick und Michael Walzer
Yael Peled in conversation with Michael Walzer
Pieter Duvenage in conversation with Darrel Moellendorf
Federica Gregoratto in conversation with Felipe Gonçalves Silva, Dimitrios Efthymiou und Brian Milstein
The authors of the »Cambridge Habermas Lexicon« present at the reception
(FKH - 03.06.2019)
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