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  1. Michael H. McCarthy (1989). The Crisis of Philosophy. State University of New York Press.
    This book presents a sympathetic yet critical treatment of the major philosophical attempts to define a viable project for philosophy in the face of historical changes. McCarthy, then, proposes a comprehensive, critical, and methodological strategy of epistemic integration that fully respects the progressive and pluralistic character of contemporary science and common sense. The programs of Frege, Husserl, Wittgenstein, Carnap, Sellers, Dewey, Quine, and Rorty are carefully presented and an assessment is made of their merits and limitations. This assessment results in (...)
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    Michael H. McCarthy (1985). The Objection of Circularity in Groundwork III. Kant-Studien 76 (1-4):28-42.
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    Michael H. McCarthy (1984). Kant's Groundwork Justification of Freedom. Dialogue 23 (03):457-473.
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    Michael H. McCarthy (1976). Analytic Method and Analytic Propositions in Kant's Groundwork. Dialogue 15 (04):565-582.
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    Michael H. McCarthy (1982). Kant's Rejection of the Argument of Groundwork III. Kant-Studien 73 (1-4):169-190.
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    Michael H. McCarthy (2012). The Political Humanism of Hannah Arendt. Lexington Books.
    This critical study of Arendt explores the sources and dangers of political alienation in the West from the citizen republics of classical antiquity to the consumer societies of modern liberal democracies. It is a sympathetic appraisal of the high promise and great perils of the political life.
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