Rorty, Nietzsche e a democracia

Utopía y Praxis Latinoamericana 6 (13):120-124 (2001)
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The author makes a brief analysis of Richard Rorty’s non-pragmatic theory of truth. Beyond the true-false dualism, Rorty considers truth and non-truth as a problem to be resolved in the linguistic context of social and political actions. Truth then is contingent and metamorphic; it must always..



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