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Offenheit : die Geschichte eines…

Offenheit : die Geschichte eines Kommunikationsideals seit dem 18.…

by Juliane Schröter

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Von, Offenheit' als einer Art der Kommunikation ist in den vergangenen Jahrzehnten eine gro�e Faszination ausgegangen. Tats�achlich ist Offenheit ein Kommunikationsideal der Moderne: zum einen, da sie seit der Aufkl�arung durchg�angig ein solches bildet, zum anderen, weil ihre Idealisierung mit zentralen neuzeitlichen, in der Moderne forcierten sozialen und mentalen Entwicklungen eng verwoben ist. Anhand eines breiten Spektrums kommunikationsreflexiver Quellen verfolgt Juliane Schr�oter die Geschichte dieses Ideals vom 18. Jahrhundert bis in die Gegenwart.… (more)

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