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Against Bosses,Against Oligarchies:A Conversation with Richard Rorty

Against Bosses,Against Oligarchies:A Conversation with Richard Rorty

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We interviewed Richard Rorty for four hours over the course of a weekend in Charlottesville. This interview is not only, we think, ideally timed, following closely several recent publications by Rorty, but captures Rorty at his most energetic. Rorty’s work is well known for its geniality and measured tone, and, while our discussion remains always constructive, there appears in these pages a combative Richard Rorty familiar, perhaps, to those who have seen him in debate, but new to those who know him only from his published work......
We interviewed Richard Rorty for four hours over the course of a weekend in Charlottesville. This interview is not only, we think, ideally timed, following closely several recent publications by Rorty, but captures Rorty at his most energetic. Rorty’s work is well known for its geniality and measured tone, and, while our discussion remains always constructive, there appears in these pages a combative Richard Rorty familiar, perhaps, to those who have seen him in debate, but new to those who know him only from his published work......

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 Against Bosses, Against Oligarchies:
 A Conversation with Richard Rorty
Richard Rorty Derek NystromKent Puckett
PRICKLY PARADIGM PRESSCHICAGO
 
CONTENTS
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .i Against Bosses, Against Oligarchies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Copyright © 2002 Prickly Paradigm Press, LLCFirst published by Prickly Pear Pamphlets in 1998. All rights reserved.Prickly Paradigm Press, LLC5629 South University AvenueChicago, Il 60637 www.prickly-paradigm.comISBN: 0-9717575-2-6LCCN: 2002 104696
 
INTRODUCTION
 W e interviewed Richard Rorty for four hours over thecourse of a weekend in Charlottesville. This interview isnot only, we think, ideally timed, following closely several recent publications by Rorty, but captures Rorty at his most energetic. Rorty’s work is well known for itsgeniality and measured tone, and, while our discussionremains always constructive, there appears in these pagesa combative Richard Rorty familiar, perhaps, to those who have seen him in debate, but new to those whoknow him only from his published work. Although the following conversation addressesmany subjects—Rorty’s own intellectual history, theeffects of globalization, academic labor—its first motiva-tion is the recently published
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