I want to begin my response to these four thoughtful criticisms of Richard Rorty with a few words of thanks. First, I am grateful to Joseph Bryant, Jim Good, Bruce Kuklick, and Alan Sica for taking the time to write up their replies. Although I do not agree with everything they have said, overall their comments have made clear to me where some of the book’s weaknesses and deficiencies lie, and where more work must be done to clarify and strengthen the core argument. My future work will benefit from this exchange. Second, I want to thank the current editors of the Transactions, Douglas Anderson, Cornelis de Waal, and Scott Pratt, not simply for giving up precious article space so that these comments and ..
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