Essays in Zen Buddhism: First Series, Second Series [and] Third Series
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Background: Rorty's development as a pragmatist A. Early essays starting : forecasts a revival of pragmatism; critiques reductionism and intuitionism see description, p. The Linguistic Turn : i. What are the possibilities for a future philosophy? Rorty continued to write more on Dewey but he misreads Dewey and overplays certain aspects, such as Dewey's antiprofessionalism II. Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature A. This was a "landmark text" that presents a narrative history of North Atlantic philosophy describing certain impasses it has reached; R.
The Philosophy of Richard Rorty is the thirty-second volume in the Library of Living Philosophers series, which commenced with a volume on the philosopher with whom Rorty is most often compared, John Dewey. With this volume, the series title serves as a sad reminder of Rorty's death at the age of 75 in , while the collection was still in preparation. For many who, like the reviewer, were in the early stages of a university career in philosophy at the time, the publication of Rorty's Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature in was a very significant event indeed. While many saw in Rorty a Socratic gadfly, to another wing of the profession he was closer to an ancient s ophist.