Introduction to Communication Systems (Electrical Engineering)
While Habermas's philosophy of communicative action is well-known among philosophers and social scientists, his aesthetics - that is, his views on art, literature, and culture - has received little attention. In his study, Pieter Duvenage fills this gap and shows that Habermas's work on aesthetics, far from being marginal to his core concerns, is central to understanding and evaluating Habermas's entire theoretical enterprise.
Specifications of Introduction to Communication Systems (Electrical Engineering)
|Author||Ferrel G. Stremler|
|Publisher||Addison-Wesley Educational Publishers Inc|
|Number Of Pages||574|
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