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A Theory of Communicative Action

Why do you even bother saying something if nobody is going to like it or believe it?

Why do I? I’m not sure. Why do you ask?

I think because I worry that I say things that nobody will ever like or believe and then I ask myself — why do I even bother? Maybe there is something wrong with me.

I’m sure there is something wrong with you.

Honestly, that is a little insulting.

I did not mean to hurt your feelings BUT on the other hand I feel like your questions are taking a somewhat challenging tone.

Maybe they are.

But I agree there is something wrong with you.

I agree there is something wrong with me, sometimes. And sometimes I feel as healthy as a freshly washed turgid member!

OK now I really don’t know what we’re talking about.

AND THAT’S MY THEORY OF COMMUNICATIVE ACTION!

I love you Jurgen Habermas! Let’s be BFFs FOREVER AND EVER!

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One thought on “A Theory of Communicative Action

  1. You can’t worry too much about what people want to hear. If it’s true, helpful, and needs to be said, then say it. People who can understand it and appreciate it, will; other people won’t. All you can do is speak from the heart: “To thine own self be true; And it must follow, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man.”

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