By Anna Triandafyllidou, Ruth Wodak, Michal Krzyzanowski
This publication contributes to the theoretical and coverage debate at the life of a ecu public sphere. It offers a severe dialogue of the hyperlinks among media, heritage and politics in Europe at the present time, examining the re-organization of ideological and political dimensions and debates the life of a ecu editorial tradition.
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While drawing on the approaches summarized above, we, however, would suggest talking about the past as a depository from which various events can be presented and brought together in a narrative about the past. Rather than referring solely to Halbwachs and Ricoeur, we would like to refer to conceptual history, Begriffsgeschichte. On the basis of the philosophy of language, Ludwig Wittgenstein, John Langshaw Austin and Quentin Skinner (with his seminal work The Foundations of Modern Political Thought in 1978) together with J.
E. the struggle for hegemony in presenting narratives of the past in the case of crises in the media. The connection between discursive power and political action-oriented power has in many respects been lost in the globalization and governance rhetoric which for a few decades has propagated an image of history not as man-made but as an unfolding progressive teleological natural force marching towards a predetermined goal if man (‘the state’) does not intervene (Schulz-Forberg and Stråth, forthcoming; Wodak, 2000, 2006b).
4 An illustration of the difficulties in a confrontation with the past is the European Convention on a constitution. The leaders there, with strong general support, wanted to inscribe in the preamble a master narrative about a euphoric representation of history with a naïve belief in European progress (Krzyzanowski ˙ and Oberhuber, 2007). The story they wanted to insert dealt with a few far-sighted Staatsmänner, who after World War Two, committed themselves to a visionary supranational project which brought the European peoples ever closer to each other under the enjoyment of more prosperity.
The European Public Sphere and the Media: Europe in Crisis by Anna Triandafyllidou, Ruth Wodak, Michal Krzyzanowski