[lit-ideas] Rortyana

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In a message dated 2/26/2015 11:43:03 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
jejunejesuit.geary2@xxxxxxxxx writes:
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>rorty who
There are at least three philosophers named Rorty, indeed.
One is indeed Rorty.
Then there's Amélie Rorty.

Then there's the bioethicist Mary Rorty, a practising Mormon,  too.
Rorty* is the recipient of numerous awards and a fellow of the American  
Council of Learned Societies.
*Amélie Rorty.
Meanwhile, Rorty** holds a doctorate in Philosophy from the Johns  Hopkins 
University and a Master's Degree in Ethics from the University of  Virginia. 
Mary Rorty. 
Rorty** has written on theoretical issues in bioethics. 
** Mary Rorty 
Meanwhile, Rorty* famously married Rorty married against her parents’  
*Amélie Rorty.
Rorty, not surprisingly, is the author of "The Identities of Persons" (U.  
California Press). But just one of the books by Rorty.
ps. For the record, Google hits for "Rortyan ethnocentrism": 
Critical Environments: Postmodern Theory and the ...
Cary Wolfe ‎Philosophy
Like the theorists of social antagonism, then —  and like them, against 
Habermas and against Rortyan ethnocentrism — Luhmann  insists that the 
distribution of ...

Politics in the impasse: Explorations in postsecular ...
https://books.google.com/books?isbn=0791427943  - Traduci questa pagina
Bill Martin - ‎Philosophy
Are the paradoxes that these questions get us  into only resolvable by 
Rortyan ethnocentrism? (This issue is explored briefly  in chapter 9, and at 
much more ...

The Politics of Postmodernity: Essays in Applied Hermeneutics
https://books.google.com/books?isbn=9401007500  Gary Brent Madison - ‎
... understanding is inescapably  language-bound, "this assertion does not 
lead us into any kind of linguistic  relativism."72 Or any kind of Rortyan 

Perspectives on Embodiment: The Intersections of Nature ...
https://books.google.com/books?isbn=1135963991  - 
Gail Weiss, ‎Honi Fern Haber - ‎Philosophy
Jürgen Habermas argues  (correctly, in my view) that a renunciation of 
transcendent philosophical  ambitions need not lead to Rortyan “ethnocentrism.

International Law and its Others - Pagina 241 - 
https://books.google.com/books?isbn=1139460390  - 
Anne Orford -  ‎Law
Indeed, a proactive, cross-cultural human  rights activism groundlessly 
founded on Rortyan ethnocentrism can ultimately  only base itself on the 
exercise of at ...

Neopragmatism and Theological Reason
https://books.google.com/books?isbn=1409477592  - G.W. Kimura -  ‎Religion
But such specificity can lead to Rortyan  ethnocentrism or parochialism, 
since each can and has developed distinctive and  mutually exclusive 
liberation ...

Democracy After Liberalism: Pragmatism and Deliberative ...
https://books.google.com/books?isbn=0415950198  - Robert B. Talisse - ‎
Political Science
But, again, the "we" in the previous  sentence does not entail Rortyan 
ethnocentrism. According to the pragmatist, we  begin with our practices but 
need not end ...

Pragmatist Metaphysics: An Essay on the Ethical Grounds of ...
https://books.google.com/books?isbn=144110819X  - 
Sami Pihlström - ‎Philosophy
... specific commitments: the distinction  between the valued and the 
valuable is, despite its enormous pragmatic  significance, deflated in Rortyan 

Papers - David Rondel
Rortyan ethnocentrism, I argue, is better understood as a negative thesis  
about the limits of moral justification. I also argue that Robert Talisse 
puts  an ...

Indeed, a proactive, cross-cultural human rights activism groundlessly  
founded on Rortyan ethnocentrism can ultimately only base itself on the 
exercise  of at ...


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