2 thoughts on “Richard Rorty, ‘James’ Varieties of Religious Experience’

  1. I think that may be a touch excessive. Rorty had his moments, certainly, but these were mainly polemical and involved reformulating thoughts he found elsewhere. This is something he would freely admit, describing himself as a mere ‘under-labourer’ drawing out some strands of Davidson, Heidegger, Wittgenstein, etc. That was modest of him, but it is not wildly inaccurate.

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