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Nejati Hosseini S M. Jurgen Habermas: From Liberal Law-Ethics to Discursive Law-Democracy. JHS 2009; 1 (1) :93-124
URL: http://jhs.modares.ac.ir/article-25-4587-en.html
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In this paper it is argued that the idea of “from socio-political to supported by Habermas has raised much theoretical and practical challenges. One of these challenges concerns with Habermasian trilogy of between facts and norms, communicative action, and discursive ethics. In the present paper the author, instead of liberal law-ethics theories, has concentrated on discursive law-democracy theory as an alternative to the first ones. To support this argument the writer has attempted to show and explain both the normative analytical merits of the chosen and supported theory and its limitations.ethical-legal
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