Argumentation 9 (1):33-57 (1995)

It is a danger in the discursive turn in the human sciences that social criticism be abandoned in favour of ‘continuing the conversation.’ However, an analysis of the reflexive paradox inherent in every communication act provides the basis for a non-foundationalist critique of the historical epoch
Keywords Communication  critique  discourse  postmodern  totality
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