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Daniel H. Borus

The Moment of the Foxes

There’s an epistemological and historiographical problem that I am trying to make sense of in relation to the Pragmatists — and perhaps in relation to our relation to the Pragmatists — and I am having trouble formulating my thoughts on the matter.  So I have decided to take my question, such as it is, to the blogosophere, and see if  our good readers here can offer some clarity — or, maybe, some complexity.  Or both.This weekend I am reading Twentieth-Century Multiplicity by Daniel Borus  and No Place of Grace by T.J. Jackson Lears.  Both are on my reading list, Read more