OAI Archive: Research at the University of Wales, Newport

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  1. Rorty's Politics of Redescription.Gideon Calder - 2007 - University of Wales Press.
    Political philosopher Richard Rorty’s influence on contemporary thought has increased in tandem with the controversy his outspoken views have provoked. His rejection of the grand, metaphysical questions of traditional philosophy has made him the most prominent living thinker in social and political theory. By declaring himself a pragmatist Rorty has attempted to shift the direction of modern philosophy toward the question of how to achieve a better, more humane, and more tolerant society. Redescription—a process through which we invent novel, attractive (...)
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