Philosophy of the Social Sciences 48 (1):56-62 (2018)

Ashley Shew
Virginia Tech
This review assesses whether Briggle and Frodeman offer an accurate depiction of the state philosophy at universities, and examines the prospects of their conception of field philosophy and the feasibility of their proposal in the context of other trends.
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