For Habermas' "Public Sphere"
- According to the definition of the “pubic sphere” in the second paragraph, are there any internal forces or pressures within a public sphere? Can certain interaction between individuals or subgroups in a public sphere create internal pressures? Does this form internal pressures? How can interaction among individuals or subgroups alter or constrain others?
- How can we differentiate “dialog” from “communication” or “interaction”, or are they the same?
- How might individuals’ dialog be influenced by or have influences on the ongoing and stimulating dialogs of others?