Re: more pseudo defense of habermas

Good idea! I'll go for it\


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>Hello all,
> Would any of you be interested in starting up a cyber reading
>group? We could decide on a text --presumably one of Foucault's-- and a
>period of time by which everyone interested should have finished the
>book, chapter, section, etc. before we began the actual discussion. It
>seems to me this could go a long way toward grounding a conversation,
>something that might make it easier for people to feel comfortable
>joining in. I am personally open to almost any of the books and even
>to some collections of interviews, etc. Am I alone in this? Or does such a
>thing already exist in a different cyber-place?


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