"One of Europe's most prominent intellectuals, a socialpolitical theorist of the highest standing. In pinpointing the lackof democratic participation, he builds a case that Europe's leaderswill sooner or later have to answer." Financial Times "A trailblazer of an emerging debate in international politicaltheory." Millennium "A vital injection into the public debate on the future of the EUsince it brings our attention to a central political dimension ofthis project, which seems to have been lost. It is also athought-provoking contribution to several debates inpolitical theory." European Political Science "The Crisis' demand for a politicised and democratisedEurope is a welcome tonic to an event currently marked by its lackof vision." Fabian Review "We should rejoice that a philosopher like Habermas is not givingup, but calling the European elite to order. He sees an opportunityin the crisis. 'With a little backbone the crisis of the singlecurrency can bring about what some once hoped for from a commonEuropean foreign policy, namely a cross-border awareness of ashared European destiny.'" Global Journal "One of the most famous living philosophers." Radical Philosophy
"There is something refreshingly honest about Jurgen Habermas'stake on the European Union." Irish Times
"For at least a generation Jurgen Habermas's work has made asignificant impact on a variety of important debates in philosophyand the social sciences." Political Studies
"No-one articulates the 'European' ideal with greaterintellectual clarity, philosophical acumen and humanist fervourthan Jurgen Habermas." Muslim WorldVom Verlag:
This extended essay on the constitution for Europe represents Habermas's constructive engagement with the European project at a time when the crisis of the eurozone is threatening the very existence of the European Union. This important intervention by one of the greatest thinkers of our time will be of interest to a wide readership.
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