Tag Archives: Jürgen Habermas

What’s in a Blog?

A journal by any other name would be as sweet! Greetings, readers! It has been an intense, thought-provoking week for the first week back for Public Texts students. After a very technical semester of learning the history of physical book culture, we have moved into the realm of difficult theories, particularly those of Michael Warner […]

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That Question.

Inquisitive person: What exactly is ‘Public Texts’? Me: ….(!) At the beginning of the year, I wasn’t exactly sure how to answer that question.  So, like anyone faced by a question they can’t really answer, I improvised by basically defining each word to the inquirer.  Just recently, I was asked this question again; however, this […]

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