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Addressing the "end-of-philosophy" debate and the challenge it presents to contemporary philosophy, this book draws on Wittgenstein, Quine, Davidson, Habermas and Foucault, among others. It develops the implications of Richard Rorty's arguments in particular and provides a response: the development of a holistic, anti-foundationalist account of philosophy that engages critical theory and wide reflective equilibrium in carving out a positive role for a new kind of philosophy.
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