Reading Richard Rorty’s “Achieving Our Country”

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Introductory Notes.

Richard Rorty (1931–2007) might be the last historically important American philosopher — if only because given the way American academia is presently…

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I am the author of What Should Philosophy Do? A Theory. I write about philosophy, life, the future, a few current affairs, and every so often, a little music.

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