Philosophical Studies:1-9 (forthcoming)

John Burgess
Princeton University
The middle chapters of Soames’s The World Philosophy Made are briefly summarized and examined. There are some local slips, but globally the work displays an impressive knowledge of and a distinctive viewpoint on a wide range of important intellectual disciplines and their original roots in and continuing connections with philosophy.
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DOI 10.1007/s11098-021-01751-9
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