Facts about Jurgen Habermas

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Jurgen Habermas is a famous Philosopher from Germany, he/she is still alive and was born June 18, 1929.

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He/she is born under the zodiac gemini, who is known for Communication, Indecision, Inquisitive, Intelligent, Changeable. Our collection contains 29 quotes who is written / told by Jurgen.

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Famous quotes by Jurgen Habermas (29)


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"A threatened nation can react to uncertain dangers solely through administrative channels, to the truly embarrassing situation of perhaps overreacting"
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"What was new was the symbolic force of the targets struck. The attackers did not just physically cause the highest buildings in Manhattan to collapse; they also destroyed an icon in the household imagery of the American nation"
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"Perhaps at a later point important developments will be traced back to September 11. But for now we do not know which of the many scenarios will actually hold in the future"
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"Partisans fight on familiar territory with professed political objectives to conquer power. This is what distinguishes them from terrorists"
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"Manhattan... capital of the 20th century, a city that has fascinated me for more than three decades"
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"If the September 11 terror attack is supposed to constitute a caesura in world history, it must be able to stand comparison to other events of world historical impact"
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"The uncertainty of the danger belongs to the essence of terrorism"
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"Since the intervention in Afghanistan, we suddenly began to notice when, in political discussions, we found ourselves only among Europeans or Israelis"
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"The misery in war-torn Afghanistan is reminiscent of images from the Thirty Years' War"
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"The clever, albeit fragile, coalition against terrorism brought together by the U.S. government might be able to advance the transition from classical international law to a cosmopolitan order"
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"Since our complex societies are highly susceptible to interferences and accidents, they certainly offer ideal opportunities for a prompt disruption of normal activities"
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"Perhaps September 11 could be called the first historic world event in the strictest sense: the impact, the explosion, the slow collapse - a gruesome reality literally took place in front of a global public"
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"In the U.S.A. or Europe there is no realistic way to estimate the type, magnitude, or probability of the risk, nor any way to narrow down the potentially affected regions"
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"Today's Islamic fundamentalism is also a cover for political motifs. We should not overlook the political motifs we encounter in forms of religious fanaticism"
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"Some of those drawn into the holy war had been secular nationalists only a few years before. If one looks at the biographies of these people, remarkable continuities are revealed"
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"One never really knows who one's enemy is"
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"I consider Bush's decision to call for a war against terrorism a serious mistake. He is elevating these criminals to the status of war enemies, and one cannot lead a war against a network if the term war is to retain any definite meaning"
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"I cannot imagine a context that would some day, in some manner, make the monstrous crime of September 11 an understandable or comprehensible political act"
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"Global terrorism is extreme both in its lack of realistic goals and in its cynical exploitation of the vulnerability of complex systems"
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"From a moral point of view, there is no excuse for terrorist acts, regardless of the motive or the situation under which they are carried out"
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"Disappointment over nationalistic authoritarian regimes may have contributed to the fact that today religion offers a new and subjectively more convincing language for old political orientations"
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"Osama bin Laden, the person, more likely serves the function of a stand-in. Compare the new terrorists with partisans or conventional terrorists in Israel. These people often fight in a decentralized manner in small, autonomous units, too"
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"Instead of the international police action we had hoped for during the war in Kosovo, there are wars again - conducted with state-of-the-art technology, but still in the old style"
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"The state is in danger of falling into disrepute due to the evidence of its inadequate resources"
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"The scenarios of biological or chemical warfare painted in detail by the American media during the months after September 11 only betray the inability of the government to determine the magnitude of the danger"
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"The difference between political terror and ordinary crime becomes clear during the change of regimes, in which former terrorists become well-regarded representatives of their country"
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"Historically, terrorism falls in a category different from crimes that concern a criminal court judge"
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"Each murder is one too many"
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"After September 11, the European governments have completely failed. They are incapable of seeing beyond their own national scope of interests"


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