Those interested in finally beginning a reconciliation of the analytic and continental traditions ...can find no better starting point than the rich." (Sluga, H, The Journal of Philosophy, 2001, 607, reviewing, Friedman, A parting of the ways . . .]
treasure of ideas, ambitions, and analyses stored in his astonishingly
comprehensive body of philosophical work (159)
Habermas in my opinion is even better situated than Cassirer to play this role.