Post-Cartesian anxieties: embodied subjectivity after the linguistic turn

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2005 Number 56

Post-Cartesian anxieties: embodied subjectivity after the linguistic turn
Gideon Calder, pages -

Abstract

Calder explores the challenges faced by critical realists, such as Richard Rorty and Michel Foucault, to overcome longstanding philosophical dilemmas. He suggests particularly attempts to dislodge the Cartesian linguistic turn, and examines Charles Taylor’s work on Cartesian linguistics.

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Gideon Calder (2005) Post-Cartesian anxieties: embodied subjectivity after the linguistic turn, New Formations, 2005(56), -

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