<strong>Richard Rorty </strong>thought of himself as an American philosopher. American philosophers saw him as a European intellectual, and his philosophy as a betrayal. It wasn't

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Logos 2018

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Analytic Theology Summer School & Conference in Innsbruck (Austria)

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If economists aren't questioning the <strong>effectiveness of economic theory</strong>, they should be. Simply put: Their claim to scientific expertise is no longer tenable

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