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|Abstract||in his monumental 1994 work Making It Explicit,1 Robert Brandom announces a revolution in the philosophy of language. Brandom in some ways self-consciously models his revolution on Kant’s famous “copernican revolution” in the Critique of Pure Reason2 – so much so that a clever parody posted for some time in the University of pittsburgh philosophy department superimposed Brandom’s title on the wellknown cover of the norman Kemp smith edition of the first Critique.3 With the publication in 2000 of Articulating Reasons,4 Brandom’s shorter guide to his philosophical program, we need only await the appearance of a B-edition of Making It Explicit to complete the parallel.5..|
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