A new interview with Jürgen Habermas in the French magazine "L'Obs" (November 25, 2021):
(Behind a paywall)
Robert Brandom has uploaded videos of Richard Rorty's ten lectures "Pragmatism as Anti-Authoritarianism", delivered at the University of Girona, Spain, in 1996. The lectures have been published in a book earlier this year (edited by Eduardo Mendieta and with a foreword by Robert Brandom). [A preview here]
"Pragmatism as Anti-Authoritarianism" PART 1
1. Is knowledge the most distinctively human capacity (0:02:18)
2. Pragmatism as romantic utilitarianism (1:41:24)
3. Is the topic of truth relevant to democratic politics? (2:36:59)
4. Is reason unified by universalistic presuppositions? (3:34:59)
5. Introduction to McDowell's book (4:23:19)
6. Wilfrid Sellars and Donald Davidson (5:16:24)
7. Pan-relationalism, a vision of a world without substances, part I (7:12:35)
8. Pan-relationalism, a vision of a world without substances, part I (8:13:30)
"Pragmatism as Anti-Authoritarianism" PART 2.
9. The distinction between morality and prudence (0:00.02)
10. Justice as a larger loyality (1:53:00)
Jürgen Habermas' lecture at Goethe University Frankfurt on June 19, 2019, is now available in an English translation:
(European Journal of Philosophy, vol. 29, no. 3 (2021), pp. 543-551).
You can read the original German version here:
It has been published in Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie vol. 67, no. 5 (2019), and in Rainer Forst & Klaus Günther (eds.), Normative Ordnungen (Berlin: Suhrkamp, 2021).
I have updated my Habermas bibliographies at HabermasForum.dk:
I have published these lists of primary and secondary literature in various forms since 2001.
Note: If you wonder why my bibliographies have some similarity to the lists published by Luca Corchia, the reason is simple: A substantial part of his lists consists of texts which are copy-pasted from my work. This kind of plagiarism was already evident in the bibliography he published in “Il Trimestrale. The Lab's Quarterly” 1/2008 (University of Pisa): 21 pages – pp. 234-254 – are mostly a copy of my Habermas bibliography at HabermasForum.dk with added references to Italian translations. You can compare these pages by Corchia with my text (I have marked all the entries which are reproduced in Corchia’s bibliography) - and these pages with this. Even the web addresses of my links to the various online publications are copied. The plagiarism has continued over the years, including his latest paper uploaded at academia.edu: “Studies on Jürgen Habermas 1961-2020”. In this paper most of the information about reprints and English/German translations is copied from my bibliographies, see this sample.
Please note that in the publication from 2008 - and various papers - his references (Gregersen etc.) are not accurate: He only mentions names and years, but fails to include any further details. For instance there are no references to the actual publications or web addresses.
The new issue of "European Journal of Social Theory" (November 2021) features articles on:
Gabriele De Angelis - "Habermas, democracy and the public sphere: Theory and practice"
Stella Casola - "Articulate the missing: The role of religion in political modernity"
Patrick O'Mahony - "Habermas and the public sphere: Rethinking a key theoretical concept"
Roderick Condon - "Reframing Habermas’s colonization thesis: Neoliberalism as relinguistification"
Krzysztof Kędziora - "Habermas on Rawls and the normative foundations of democracy"
Regina Queroz - "Habermas on people-building in the European Union"
Pedro A. Teixeira - "The possibility of democratic socialism in Habermas"
Gabriel De Angelis - "Political justice, political obligation and the European Union: Lessons from Habermas"