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Reason in Nature

New Essays on Themes from John McDowell

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$45.00 • £39.95 • €40.95

ISBN 9780674241046

Publication Date: 12/06/2022

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392 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

2 illus.

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A stellar group of philosophers who have long engaged with his work explore the wellsprings of McDowell’s deep and subtle thought, and the common themes, perspectives, and strategies that tie together his insights across the many dimensions of human experience he addresses. Indispensable.—Robert Brandom, University of Pittsburgh

This collection of essays in honor of John McDowell is superb. It both illuminates McDowell’s own work in new ways and suggests intriguing, very fruitful directions for future research. The excellent essays are held together by the editors’ outstanding introduction, which provides a framework for pursuing underlying interconnections among the essays themselves, and in McDowell’s own approach to the rich assortment of topics they tackle.—Naomi Elian, University of Warwick

This is an impressive collection of sophisticated essays—worthy of John McDowell, who is surely one of the most important and interesting philosophers of our time.—Berislav Marušić, University of Edinburgh

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