Can Academic Inquiry help Humanity become Civilized?,
Philosophy Today (13 May 1993):1-3 (1993)
Humanity is confronted by immense global problems. In order to learn how to tackle them we need a new kind of academic inquiry, rationally organized and devoted to helping us resolve our problems of living in increasingly cooperatively rational ways.
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