Brandom, Hegel and inferentialism


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Tom Rockmore
Duquesne University
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In the course of developing a semantics with epistemological intent, Brandom claims that his inferentialism is Hegelian. This paper argues that, even on a charitable reading, Brandom is an anti-Hegelian.
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