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2011 | 66 | 10 | 963 – 970
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READING RORTY POLITICALLY

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The author´s aim in these remarks is to sketch a way of approaching the thought of Richard Rorty that he will call reading Rorty politically. He argues that reading Rorty politically is not only the most fruitful way to read Rorty, it is necessary to understand the full force of his challenge to philosophy. After sketching Rorty’s important early meta-philosophical work, the author outlines the fundamental shift from epistemology and meta-philosophy to the moral and political that drives the development of his thought, culminating in his notion of philosophy as cultural politics.
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66
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10
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963 – 970
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