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The Full Shape of the Human Linguistic Capacity
Charles Taylor

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Inside Ethics

On the Demands of Moral Thought
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Prophecy without Contempt

Religious Discourse in the Public Square
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Realism, and

The Everlasting Check
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Politics against Domination
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Reality and Its Dreams
Raymond Geuss

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Strangers in Our Midst

The Political Philosophy of Immigration
David Miller
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Heidegger on Being Uncanny
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Vanishing into Things

Knowledge in Chinese Tradition
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Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Adam Smith
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Why Democracy Is Oppositional
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Private Wrongs
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Romanticism and Adjustment
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Tragic Modernities
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Bird Relics

Grief and Vitalism in Thoreau
Branka Arsić

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Beckett’s Art of Mismaking
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The Discovery of Chance

The Life and Thought of Alexander Herzen
Aileen M. Kelly

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