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"Die Kritische Theorie ist tot"[1] (1999, English: "Critical Theory is Dead") is a text by Peter Sloterdijk.

The text was published in the 9 Sept 1999 issue of Die Zeit and was a reply to Sloterdijk's adversaries Jürgen Habermas and Thomas Assheuer with regards to his publication of Rules for the Human Zoo.

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