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Introduction to the Book Symposium on The Language Animal by Charles Taylor

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Taylor, Charles 1959 “Ontology.” Philosophy 34 (129): 125141.
Taylor, Charles 1964 The Explanation of Behaviour. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.
Taylor, Charles 1975 Hegel. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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