The Deweyite Richard Rorty

Wednesday, July 30, 2003
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He thinks that American students are not well-read, nor are they well-grounded in intellectual history. He thinks that Homer, Plato, Cervantes, and Dickens can be taught to American high school kids. He’s a post-Nietzschean pragmatist who believes that America should become the most egalitarian, class-less, caste-less society ever imaginable. But he’s a fascinating guy to read about, even if he does induce high blood pressure.

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