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JOHN SEARLE

John Searle, 2002  

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Excerpts from "Traditionalists and Their Challengers"

I do not know of a neutral vocabulary. ~ John Searle, "Traditionalists and Their Challengers"


In the debates one sees, the fundamental issues often are not coming out into the open, and as a result the debaters are talking past each other, seldom making contact. ~ John R. Searle, Traditionalists and Their Challengers


As our disciplines have become more specialized, as we have lost faith in the ideal of an integrated undergraduate education, we simply provide the student with the familiar cafeteria of courses and hope things turn out for the best. ~ John Searle, "Traditionalists and Their Challengers"


 

 

 
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