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Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2000 18:33:03 EST
Subject: Re: HAB: Re: Habermas & Freud



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In a message dated 12/26/00 12:12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
kenneth.mackendrick-AT-utoronto.ca writes:


> Cut and pasted from my diss: In regards to the implications of these 
> problems 
> in light of my discussion of psychoanalysis, Habermas makes a crucial 
> distinction, after Knowledge and Human Interests, between communication and 
> discourse. Communication remains embedded within the context of action 
> whereas 
> discourse transcends the compulsions of action (Habermas 1973: 19) [the 
> Postscript, KM]. Discourse, in other words, is post-convention.' 
> Furthermore, 
> Habermas outlines two aspects of psychoanalysis which he had not yet 
> distinguished in his earlier work: the reflective and the reconstructive. 
> In 
> analysis, self-reflection "leads to insight due to the fact that what has 
> previously been unconscious is made conscious in a manner rich in practical 
> consequences" (Habermas 1973: 23). A reconstruction, by way of contrast, 
> renders explicit the intuitive knowledge that is given with competence with 
> respect to the rules in the form of "know how." A successful 
> reconstruction, 
> then, raises an "unconsciously" functioning rule system to consciousness 
> (Habermas 1973: 23). [end of cut and paste]
> 
> 

Please state where these habermas quotes are from?  I do not recognize: 
Habermas 1973, or The Postscript, KM.

Thank you very much,
Vunch

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In a message dated 12/26/00 12:12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time,
kenneth.mackendrick-AT-utoronto.ca writes:


Cut and pasted from my diss: In regards to the implications of these
problems
in light of my discussion of psychoanalysis, Habermas makes a crucial
distinction, after Knowledge and Human Interests, between communication and
discourse. Communication remains embedded within the context of action
whereas
discourse transcends the compulsions of action (Habermas 1973: 19) [the
Postscript, KM]. Discourse, in other words, is post-convention.'
Furthermore,
Habermas outlines two aspects of psychoanalysis which he had not yet
distinguished in his earlier work: the reflective and the reconstructive.
In
analysis, self-reflection "leads to insight due to the fact that what has
previously been unconscious is made conscious in a manner rich in practical
consequences" (Habermas 1973: 23). A reconstruction, by way of contrast,
renders explicit the intuitive knowledge that is given with competence with
respect to the rules in the form of "know how." A successful
reconstruction,
then, raises an "unconsciously" functioning rule system to consciousness
(Habermas 1973: 23). [end of cut and paste]



Please state where these habermas quotes are from?  I do not recognize:
Habermas 1973, or The Postscript, KM.

Thank you very much,
Vunch
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