Jürgen Habermas born 1929 has proposed a theory ‘The Sociology of Communicative Action’. Habermas believes. In order create a democracy that can help individuals it is Important to obtain support from systems such as the welfare state, communicative action is what is needed to ensure this happens. What raises us out of nature is the only thing whose nature we can know: language. Through its structure, autonomy and responsibility Mündigkeit are posited for us. Our first sentence expresses unequivocally the intention of universal and unconstrained consensus.’ (Jürgen Habermas (1987 1968p.314)
‘The Theory of Communicative Actions: Reason and the Rationalization of Society and The Theory of Communicative Actions: Lifeworld and System: A Critique of Functionalist Reason. Is worked produced by Habermas. These studies are all based on how individuals should communicate with one another and the language that they use. Those who are successful conversationalists are able to build and verify the validation of truth and rationality and be able to discuss the disapprove of intuitions placed in societies and its structures. Communicative action has empowered the democratic systems, Habermas ideologies in regards to communicative actions are still considered prominent and key.
The knowledge of nature, history or society are no longer sufficient, he indicates that the world is whole. Evidently, there have been improvements and serious developments in science so he proposed that philosophy is considered unimportant and will slowly diminish even though philosophy clearly plays a significant role in society and creates a thesis for the world we live in. However, criticisms that Habermas discovers in that our societies systems tend to be suppressed rationally, Weber employs this through ‘bureaucracies’. Rationality provides an important role in society and is considered a powerful tool this is what allows society to function adequately. The system allows us to gain an understanding through the portrayal of individuals and nature furthermore, this enables us to criticise the world we live in and form our own criticisms towards the system and rationally question society.