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Aug 12, 2005

Hallo zusammen,

ich übersetzte gerade einen Artikel, in dem aus "Strukturwandel der Öffentlichkeit" von Jürgen Habermas zitiert wird, und suche die "offiziellen" englischen Übersetzungen - weiß jemand zufällig, wie die beiden Zitate auf englisch lauten?

Es handelt sich um folgende Zitate:


"Das Räsonnement eines Lesepublikums weicht dem Geschmacksaustausch von Konsumenten. Der Resonanzboden einer zum öffentlichen Gebrauch des Verstandes erzogenen Bildungsschicht ist zersprungen; das Publikum in Minderheiten von nicht-öffentlich räsonierenden Spezialisten und in die große Masse von öffentlich rezepierended Konsumenten gespalten. Damit har es überhaupt die spezifische Kommunikationsform eines Publikums eingebüßt"(S. 261 )

und

"Im Maße der Verschränkung des öffentlichen mit dem privaten Bereich wird dieses Modell unanwendbar. Es entsteht nämlich eine repolitisierte Sozialsphäre, die sich weder soziologisch noch juristisch unter Kategorien des Öffentlichen oder des Privaten subsumieren lässt" (S. 268)

Besten Dank im voraus!






[Edited at 2005-08-12 20:10]


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lisa23
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Possible translations Aug 13, 2005

I found these extracts on the Internet from "The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere":
http://www.mip.at/en/dokumente/1077-content.html
http://www.mail-archive.com/edebate@ndtceda.com/msg06905.html

The first one:

This phenomenon once more sums up the disintegration of the public sphere in the world of letters. The sounding board of an educated stratum tutored in the public use of reason has been shattered, the public is split apart into minorities of specialists who put their reason to use nonpublicly and the great mass of consumers whose receptiveness is public but uncritical. Consequently, it completely lacks the form of communication specific to a public.

The second one:

To the extent that the public and private became intermeshed realms, this model became inapplicable. That is to say, a repoliticized social sphere originated that could not be subsumed under the categories of public and private from either a sociological or a legal perspective.


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Thank you! Aug 13, 2005

lisa23 wrote:

I found these extracts on the Internet from "The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere":
http://www.mip.at/en/dokumente/1077-content.html
http://www.mail-archive.com/edebate@ndtceda.com/msg06905.html

The first one:

This phenomenon once more sums up the disintegration of the public sphere in the world of letters. The sounding board of an educated stratum tutored in the public use of reason has been shattered, the public is split apart into minorities of specialists who put their reason to use nonpublicly and the great mass of consumers whose receptiveness is public but uncritical. Consequently, it completely lacks the form of communication specific to a public.

The second one:

To the extent that the public and private became intermeshed realms, this model became inapplicable. That is to say, a repoliticized social sphere originated that could not be subsumed under the categories of public and private from either a sociological or a legal perspective.



Brilliant! Thank you very much!


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