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Undergraduate Dissertation: Habermas & Surveillance Ethics

23rd April 2018: Thirty drafts and numerous rounds of feedback and editing later, I am pleased to say that I finally submitted my final-year dissertation today (a few days early!). I’m really quite proud of it. The final title was: ‘Moral Surveillance? Democratic discourse and the Habermasian critique of untargeted mass surveillance’ If all goes …

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