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Arthur C. Danto

Art and analysis
by and / RP 090 (Jul/Aug 1998) / Interview

RP: Your philosophical work appears to be made up of two fairly distinct strands: what one might call a mainstream analytical strand and a more unconventional aesthetic strand. The second strand is dissident, first because itʼs about aesthetics – it takes art seriously, philosophically – and second because itʼs broadly Hegelian in inspiration. Historically, analytical …


Bertrand Russell’s brainchild: Analytical philosophy

Its conception and birth
by / RP 078 (Jul/Aug 1996) / Commentary


Internationality

by / RP 060 (Spring 1992) / Article


Strange Days for Philosophers

by / RP 044 (Autumn 1986) / Commentary


A New Marxist Paradigm?

by / RP 043 (Summer 1986) / Commentary


John MacMurray

A Neglected Philosopher
by / RP 016 (Spring 1977) / Article


Ordinary Language Philosophy and Radical Philosophy

by and / RP 008 (Summer 1974) / Extras


Professional Philosophers

by / RP 001 (Spring 1972) / Commentary

People who don’t know anything about philosophy courses are likely to be astonished and dismayed by their effects. The main thing they will notice is that the philosophy student acquires a very mannered way of speaking and a knack of shrugging off serious ideas with half frivolous complaints about the words in which they are …


Academic Philosophy and Radical Philosophy

by / RP 001 (Spring 1972) / Commentary

Most of what I am going to say will be cast in autobiographical terms. This seems the natural way to indicate my personal, perhaps idiosyncratic reaction to the Radical Philosophy movement.

When I began studying philosophy at university in the late 1950’s I was, like many others, disappointed with the curriculum. Important questions seemed to …


Reports from Kent, London, Oxford

by / RP 001 (Spring 1972) / News