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A Theory of Communication and Justice

The end of communicationWhat is, what ought to be, and what could beTurns of philosophyTheories of communicationJustice – an essentially contested conceptCommunication as actionThe chapters of the volumeA brief history of justiceBetween chance and necessityThe prehistory of justiceThree traditions of justiceDo good – virtue ethicsDo the right thing – deontologyDo the math – consequentialismThe global futures of justiceMigration as communicationCommunication as migrationDoes the world still need a theory of justice?The structural transformation of Jürgen HabermasFrom the coffeehouse to the internetThe rise and fall of the bourgeois public sphereHistorical normsRetrospective systematicsReconstructed interestsInterested knowledgeDisinterested communicationFrom the categorical imperative to communicative action"A third, somewhat less demanding way"How to do things with other people’s wordsLaws of communicationThe power of communicationSpeaking of idealsCommunicative action in the public sphereReligious communicationGlobal communicationRemember Habermas!John Rawls behind the veil of communicationHabermas vs. RawlsJustice as fairnessPrinciples and consequencesProcedures and communicationsAn overlapping consensusThe rational and the reasonableThe public uses of reasonThe laws of the landsThe veil of communicationThe long legacy of pragmatismErro, ergo sumTheoretical, practical, and productive sciencesThe modern inversion of theory and practiceThe American revival of pragmatismThe pragmatic maximCommunication as representation and resourceIndividual beliefs and collective actionsPriests, prophets, and heirs of pragmatismCambridge pragmatismsPostmodernist pragmatismTranscendental pragmatismPragmatism, communication, and justiceMedia of justiceMedium theoryThe in-formation of justiceSaying, writing, and printing itMediated modernityMedia of discovery, justification, application, and disseminationCommunication flowsOne-to-one, one-to-many, and many-to-many communicationsInformation flows, user flows, and context flowsMany-to-one communicationPerforming justicePositive and negative freedomsBranches of governanceThe mediation of agency and structureThe communicative positionThe right to communicateThe capability of communicationPrinciples of communication and justiceJustice as representativityRights of informationRights of communicationRights of participationRights of privacyCommunication as condition and constituent of justiceJustice – measure for measureMeasures and meaningsThe reality of justiceThe empirical, the actual, and the realInstitutional, technological, and discursive mechanismsThe empirical goods of justiceInformation goodsCommunication goodsParticipation goodsPrivacy goodsMonitoring injusticeInferring justiceIdentifying injusticePracticing justiceThe future of justiceWhat is, what has been, and what will beNot enoughJustice in timeAgricultural, industrial, and informational goodsThe silk roadsCapital and ideologyTiming communicationsUnknown knowns

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