Habermas Commentary/Books/TCA2/p102

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Predictive Self-Identification as a Presupposition of Generic and Numerical Identification (p. 102.1.bot)[edit]

In this sentence, Habermas refers to three forms of identification: generic identification, numerical identification, and predictive self-identification, all of which have been discussed on p. 101. He argues this point over the next three pages, concluding in virtually identical language at 105.2.bot.