Postmetaphysical Thinking – is first and foremost a historical answer to the crises of metaphysics according to Hegel, the central theoretical patterns of which became considerably shaky due to societal, but also inner scientific developments. The first half of the book deals with the change of perspective, away from metaphysical world views and towards the liveworld. In the second half, the tense relationship between religion and postmetaphysical thinking is brought to the foreground. The book closes with a selection of articles dealing with the role of religion in a political context of a post-secular, liberal society.
Nachmetaphysisches Denken II. Aufsätze und Repliken [Postmetaphysical Thinking II – Essays and Replies] by Jürgen Habermas has been translated into Croatian (excerpt) by Željko Pavić and published under the title Postmetafizičko mišljenje II. Članci i replike by Breza in Zagreb.