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The Epistemology of Reading and Interpretation
One of these days my book The Epistemology of Reading and Interpretation will appear. I am, of course, pleased with this beautifully covered outcome of a couple of years hard work! The book grew out of something of a puzzle that had struck me many times o…
Modern Alienation, Hegel and Nineteenth-Century Philosophy
Today people tend to talk a lot about alienation as a modern crisis. We are said to feel a sense of alienation from our government, our economic system, our workplace, our religion, our community, and even our family and ourselves. Ever since the rise of …
Darwin’s Argument by Analogy
No scientific thinker is more globally famous than Charles Darwin. Yet among scholars there is much debate about how, exactly, the argument which made Darwin famous – his argument for evolution by natural selection, set out in his 1859 book On the O…
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