Anyone doing interesting deconstruction of Habermas?
I've read him, and he's interesting, even if not politically radical enough for me. His philosophy of meta-ethics may work for me, especially if supplemented with phenomenology, which it can be to an extent.
To be more specific, and I hope this doesn't sound facile, but what would the 'ideal speech situation' (the possibility of which I believe is meant to secure "morality") be like without phallogocentrism?
Can anything further more appealing be constructed of Habermas via deconstruction?