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Nelson Goodman, ‘Languages of Art’ (1968); or, The Disappointment of Philosophy

In my younger and more vulnerable years, before finding time to study certain works of philosophy, these books would glow with a mystic aura upon my mental, indeed upon my physical, shelves. They offered the promise of definitive, clear answers … Continue reading

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