"Colclasure's argument that literature raises claims that are not captured under Habermas' rubric of expressivity is undoubtedly right, and, to my mind, very important." – Johanna Meehan (Grinnell College),
Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
About the Author
David L. Colclasure is an independent scholar who teaches and has published in the field of German Studies. Among his recent publications is his new translation of political essays by Immanuel Kant in a volume entitled Toward Perpetual Peace and Other Writings on Politics, Peace and History.