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Habermas IV 65
Socialization/Subjectivity/Mead/Habermas: Mead explains the formation of identity from the process of socialization of the growing child in such a way that it learns to follow norms of action and to assume ever more roles. The adolescent can only refer to something in the social world with a communicative act when
Habermas V 66
he/she knows how to adopt a norm-compliant attitude and how to orient actions towards normative claims of validity.
IV 136
Socialization/Language/Habermas: in the grammatical speech, the illocutionary elements are combined with the propositional and expressive elements in such a way that illocutionary forces are connected with all acts of speech. This makes it clear what it means when the sacred institutions not only guide, preform and prejudge through processes of understanding, but also through the intersubjective recognition of the claims to validity raised by acts of speech. The acts of speech thus gain an independent illocutionary force independent of existing normative contexts. The authority of the holy behind the institutions no longer applies per se. Rather, it becomes dependent on the justification achievements of the religious world views. Cultural knowledge takes over functions of coordinating action by entering into the interpretation of the situation (...).
IV 143
As language establishes itself as a principle of socialization, the conditions of sociality converge with conditions of communicatively established intersubjectivity. Since the authority of the holy is transformed into the binding power of normative claims to validity, which can only be discursively redeemed, the notion of the validity that has to be achieved is purified from empirical admixtures. In the end, the validity of a norm only means that it could be accepted by all those concerned for good reasons.

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Ha I
J. Habermas
Der philosophische Diskurs der Moderne Frankfurt 1988

Jürgen Habermas
Theorie des kommunikativen Handelns Bd. I Frankfurt/M. 1981

Jürgen Habermas
Theorie des kommunikativen Handelns Bd. II Frankfurt/M. 1981

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