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The paper argues that the original normativity that provides the basis for Habermas's model of the public sphere remains untouched at its core, despite having undergone some corrective alterations since the time of its first unveiling in the 1960s. This normative core is derived from two individual claims, historically articulated in the eighteenth-century's "golden age" of reason and liberty as both sacred and self-evident: (1) the individual right to an unrestrained disposal of one's privatedoi:10.18778/0208-6107.34.04 fatcat:mm3yfwvpcffmdkjdq5idjbxezq