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Rorty and Mirror of Nature[1]

Rorty and Mirror of Nature[1]

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Published by: Jiri Otahal on Jul 24, 2012
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Routledge Philosophy Guidebook to
Rorty and theMirror of Nature
‘The book is clearly written and fair-minded throughout, just the sort of work one would want as a guidebook for reading an important and diffi-cult book. In this sense, it seems clear about its audience and will beuseful for a sophisticated study of 
Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature
and also of interest to those who already have a good deal of background and familiarity with Rorty.’
David Hiley,
University of New Hampshire, USA‘This is well-written, clear, accessible, sharp and pitched at the right level.It strikes the right balance between the detailed exploration of particular arguments, and setting Rorty’s book in a wider intellectual context.’
Matthew Festenstein,
University of York, UK 
Richard Rorty is one of the most influential, controversial and widely-read philosophers of the twentieth century. In this guidebook to
Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature
Tartaglia analyses this chal-lenging text and introduces and assesses:
Rorty's life and the background to his philosophy
the key themes and arguments of 
Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature
the continuing importance of Rorty's work to philosophy.
Rorty and the Mirror of Nature
is an ideal starting point for anyonenew to Rorty, and will be essential reading for students of philosophy,cultural studies, literary theory and social science.
James Tartaglia
is Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Keele, UK.
Edited by Tim Crane and Jonathan Wolff,University College London
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