In Darwin's Wake, Where Am I?

He was not just my teacher and my friend. He was my hero, a man who was quietly but passionately committed to truth, to clarity, to understanding everything under the sun–and to making himself understood. More than anybody else he has made me proud to be a philosopher, so I would like to dedicate my Presidential Address to his memory
Keywords Metaphysics  Mind  Personhood  Darwin
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DOI 10.2307/3218710
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