The Polish journal "Folia Philosophica, Ethica - Aesthetica - Practica" (no. 34, 2019) features four papers from an international conference on Jürgen Habermas in Lodz, Poland, in June 2019:
Habermas - Justice and Public Sphere [PDF]
* Anna Michalska - "Does Philosophy Require De-Transcendentalization? Habermas, Apel, and the Role of Transcendentals in Philosophical Discourse and Social-Scientific Explanation"
* Krzysztof Kędziora - "Habermas and Rawls on an Epistemic Status of the Principles of Justice"
* Maciej Hułas - "The Normativity of Habermas’s Public Sphere from the Vantage Point of Its Evolution"
* Wang Xingfu - "Critical Theory in Regressive Times: Liberalism, Global Populism and the “White Left” in the Twenty-First Century"
A fifth paper from the conference:
Gunnar Skirbekk - "Freedom of Expression. A Normative Justification of the Legal Protection of Freedom of Expression" [PDF]
See my blog post on the conference here.