Robert Brandom: Reason Genealogy and the Hermeneutics of Magnanimity

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Robert Brandom, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, University of Pittsburgh, argues that genealogies (Marx, Nietzsche, Freud, Foucault) present the revenge of naturalism on rationalism. Hegel teaches us how to replace the genealogical hermeneutics of suspicion with a hermeneutics of magnanimity that allows us to see naturalism and rationalism as complementing rather than competing with one another.

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One Response to “Robert Brandom: Reason Genealogy and the Hermeneutics of Magnanimity”

  1. Michael- Says:

    Reblogged this on synthetic_zero.

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