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—  Jürgen Habermas, buch Knowledge and Human Interests

Quelle: Knowledge and Human Interests, 1971, p. 310 as cited in: Dominick LaCapra (1983) Rethinking Intellectual History: Texts, Contexts, Language. p. 170

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