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RICHARD RORTY

Compilación: Dr. Adolfo Vásquez Rocca

Artículos y (URLs) en Revistas Especializadas sobre Richard Rorty, el Pragmatismo y el Neo-Pragmatismo. Fuente: Biblioteca Cervantes

Rorty: pragmatismo, ironismo liberal y solidaridad

Prof. Dr. Adolfo Vásquez Rocca, En A Parte Rei 39, mayo de 2005, Revista de la Sociedad de Estudios Filosóficos de Madrid.
http://serbal.pntic.mec.es/~cmunoz11/vasquez39.pdf
Artículo reproducido en versión ampliada y autorizada en:

- Revista Telemática de Filosofía del Derecho, nº 8, 2004/2005, pp. 337 – 346.
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (España, UE)

Revista POLIS de la Universidad Bolivariana, Número 011, Vol. (4),año 2005 / ISSN: 0717-6554

NÓMADAS Revista Crítica de Ciencias Sociales y Jurídicas ISSN 1578-6730 - Universidad Complutense de Madrid. <http://www.ucm.es/info/nomadas/12/avrocca3.html >

Espacios Públicos, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
ISSN (Versión impresa): 1665-8140
http://redalyc.uaemex.mx/redalyc/pdf/676/67681614.pdf

Pragmatismo y política en Rorty; la construcción del espacio público.
http://www.ub.es/astrolabio/Articulos2/Victor.vasquez.rocca.pdf
Dr. Adolfo Vásquez Rocca, En ASTROLABIO Revista internacional de filosofía, Nº 2 – Editada por la Universitat de Barcelona. 2006
http://www.ub.es/astrolabio/Articulos2/Victor.vasquez.rocca.pdf

Rorty: el Giro narrativo de la Ética o la Filosofía como género literario
http://serbal.pntic.mec.es/AParteRei/vasquez42.pdf
Dr. Adolfo Vásquez Rocca en A Parte Rei En
A Parte Rei 42, 2006, Revista de la Sociedad de Estudios Filosóficos de Madrid.


Rorty; Neopragmatismo y Contingencia de una Comunidad Liberal
http://www.observacionesfilosoficas.net/rortypypolitica.html
Dr. Adolfo Vásquez Rocca en
Revista de Observaciones Filosóficas

Rorty; La realidad como narrativa exitosa y la filosofía como género literario
http://www.limite.uta.cl/sumarios/indices/archivos/n13/1.pdf
Dr. Adolfo Vásquez Rocca en la revista
Límite, Departamento de Filosofía y Psicología, Universidad de Tarapacá.

Entre liberalismo y filosofía. Entrevista a Richard Rorty.
http://www.ub.es/astrolabio/Art%EDculos/Entrevista_RichardRorty.pdf
“Entrevista en la UNIVERSIDAD DE STANFORD, realizada por Adolfo Vásquez Rocca. En
Astrolabio: Revista internacional de filosofía, Editada por la Universitat de Barcelona.

Ejemplares y conciudadanos. Filosofías y sujetos ideales en Rorty

http://www.observacionesfilosoficas.net/ponenciarorty.html

En Revista Observaciones Filosóficas

Director: Adolfo Vásquez Rocca | Revista Observaciones Filosóficas © 2005 - 2007 ISSN 0718-3712

Rorty; Tensiones entre crueldad, solidaridad y progreso moral.

http://www.observacionesfilosoficas.net/tensionesentre.html
Artículo del profesor Salvador Lanas en
Revista Observaciones Filosóficas, Nº 3, 2006.

Rorty: el Giro narrativo de la Ética o la Filosofía como género literario
http://serbal.pntic.mec.es/~cmunoz11/vasquez42.pdf
Artículo del Dr. Adolfo Vásquez Rocca en PHILOSOPHICA, Nº 29, 2006, Revista del Instituto de Filosofía de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, pp. 323 – 334

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Fallecimiento de RICHARD RORTY

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Richard Rorty (Octubre 4, 1931 - Junio 8, 2007)

RICHARD RORTY

Anexo

Richard Rorty’s Homepage

Stanford University

Richard Rorty, Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature and Philosophy at Stanford University, passed away on Friday, June 8, 2007, at home in Palo Alto.

If you are interested in the final and mostly complete lists of his publications through 2007, please refer to the Current Bibliographical Materials section below.

Current Bibliographical Material

* Bibliography of Rorty’s Works (Updated 06/13/2007)

* Book Reviews by Rorty (Updated 06/13/2007)

Bibliographical Material

* Bibliography of Rorty’s Works through 2002 (Updated 12/09/02)

* Mostly Complete Bibliography of Rorty’s Works 2003-2006 (Added 06/13/06)

* Reviews of Rorty’s Books

* Book Reviews by Rorty (Added 12/09/02)

* Interviews with Rorty (Updated 02/25/03)

* Curriculum Vitae (Updated 06/13/06)

This page was created by Gideon Lewis-Kraus, but it is no longer regularly maintained. If you have urgent bibliographical needs, you may email him at glk (at) stanfordalumni (dot) org and there is a remote chance he will be able to help, but the lists and content on this site will no longer be updated.





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Bibliography of Richard Rorty’s Writings

Compiled by Gideon Lewis-Kraus

Books

Book entries are followed by the publication information for foreign translations.

Whitehead’s Use of the Concept of Potentiality.” Master’s thesis, University of Chicago, 1952.

The Concept of Potentiality.” Ph.D. Dissertation, Yale University, 1956.

[Ed.] The Linguistic Turn: Recent Essays in Philosophical Method. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1967. 2nd enlarged ed., 1992.

Spanish translation: El giro linguístico. Dificultades metafilosóficas de la filosofía linguística. Trans. Gabriel Bello. Barcelona: Paidós, UAB, Instituto de Ciencias de la Educación, 1990.

[Ed., with Edward Lee and Alexander Mourelatos.] Exegesis and Argument: Essays in Greek Philosophy Presented to Gregory Vlastos. Amsterdam: Van Gorcum, 1973.

Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1979.

German translation: Der Spiegel der Natur: Eine Kritik der Philosophie. Trans. Michael Gebauer. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1981.

Italian translation: La filosofia e lo specchio della natura. Trans. Gianni Millone and Roberto Sallizone. Milan: Bompiani, 1986. (2nd ed, 2004)

Portuguese translation [Portugal]: A filosofia e o espelho da natureza. Trans. Jorge Pires. Lisbon: Publiçaoes Dom Quixote, 1988.

Chinese translation: Che hsüeh ho tzu jan chih ching. Trans. Youzhen Li. Taipei Shih: Chiu ta wen hua ku fen yu hsien kung ssu: kuei kuan t’u shu yu hsien kung ssu, 1990.

French translation: L’Homme spéculaire. Trans. Thierry Marchaisse. Paris: Seuil, 1990.

Serbo-Croatian translation: Filozofija i ogledalo prirode. Trans. Zoran Mutic, Amela Simic, and Nebojsa Kujundzic. Sarajevo: Veselin Maslesa, 1990.

Japanese translation: Tetsugaku to shizen no kagami. Trans. Keiichi Noe. Tokyo: Sangyo Tosho, 1993.

Polish translation: Filozofia a zwierciadlo natury. Trans. Michal Szczubialka. Warsaw: Fundacja Aletheia–Wydawnictwo Spacja, 1994.

Portuguese translation [Brazil]: A filosofia e o espehlo da natureza. Trans. Antônio Trânsito. Rio de Janeiro: Relumé-Dumara, 1994.

Spanish translation: La filosofía y el espejo de la naturaleza. Trans. Jesús Fernández Zulaica. Madrid: Cátedra, 1995.

Russian translation: Filosofiia i zerkalo prirody. Trans. V. V. Tselicheva. Novosibirsk: Izd-vo Novosibirskogo Universiteta, 1997.

Bulgarian translation: Filosofiiata i ogledaloto na prirodata. Trans. Nevena Tosheva. Sofia: Nauka i iskustvo, 1998.

Korean translation: Chorhak kurigo chayon ui koul. Trans. Chi-su Pak. Seoul: Kkach’i, 1998.

Slovak translation: Filozofia a zrkadlo prírody. Trans. Egon Gál. Bratislava: Kalligram, 2000.

Greek translation: H Philosophia kai o kathreftis tis physis. Trans. P. Bourlakis, F. Fourtouis. Athens: Kritiki Publishing Company, 2001.

Chinese translation (simplified characters): Che hsüeh ho tzu jan chih ching. Trans. Li Yu-cheng. Beijing: Commercial Press, 2003.

Turkish translation: Felsefe ve Doganin Aynasi. Trans. Funda Günsoy Kaya. Istanbul: Paradigma Yayinlari, 2006.

Arabic translation: Arabic Organization for Translation. forthcoming.

Consequences of Pragmatism: Essays, 1972–1980. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1982. [Contains the following essays, flagged below with (CP): 1982e, 1972d, 1976b, 1976d, 1976a, 1977d, 1978a, 1981d, 1981a, 1980a, 1981c, 1981b, 1982a.]

Japanese translation: Tetsugaku no datsukochiku: puragumatizum no kiketsu. Trans. Shugeru Cho, Hideo Hama, Tetsuhiro Kato, Hisashi Muroi, and Hiroshi Yoshioka. Tokyo: Ochanomizu Shobo, 1985.

Italian translation: Conseguenze del pragmatismo. Trans. Fabrizio Elefante. Milan: Feltrinelli, 1986.

Serbo-Croatian translation: Konsekvence pragmatizma. Trans. Dusan Kuzmanovic. Belgrade: Nolit, 1992.

French translation: Conséquences du pragmatisme. Trans. Jean-Pierre Cometti. Paris: Seuil, 1993.

Korean translation: Siryongjuui ui kyolgwa. Trans. Tong-Sik Kim. Seoul: Minumsa, 1996.

Spanish translation: Consecuencias del pragmatismo. Trans. José Miquel Esteban Cloquell. Madrid: Tecnos, 1996.

Polish translation: Konsekwencje pragmatyzmu. Trans. Czeslaw Karkowski. Warsaw: Wydawn, IFIS PAN, 1998.

Book Reviews by Richard Rorty

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1959

Review of Experience and the Analytic: A Reconsideration of Empiricism, by Alan Pasch. International Journal Of Ethics 70 (October 1959): 75–77.

1960

Review of Modern Science and Human Freedom, by David L. Miller. International Journal of Ethics 70 (April 1960): 248–49.

Reviews of Aristotle, by John Hermann Randall, Jr., and Some Assumptions of Aristotle, by George Boas. Ethics 71:1 (October 1960): 54–55.

Review of John Dewey: His Thought and Influence, ed. John Blewett. Teacher’s College Record 62 (October 1960): 88–89.

1961

Review of Introduction to the Philosophy of History, by Raymond Aron. The New Leader (December 25, 1961), 18–19.

1962

Review of American Pragmatism: Peirce, James, and Dewey, by Edward C. Moore. Ethics 72:2 (January 1962), 146–47.

Review of The Value Judgment, by W. D. Lamont. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 2:1 (October 1962): 139–40.

1963

Review of Understanding Whitehead, by Victor Lowe. Journal of Philosophy 60:9 (1963): 246–51.

Review of Utopian Essays and Practical Proposals, by Paul Goodman. Teacher’s College Record 64 (May 1963): 743–44.

Review of Reason and Analysis, by Brand Blanshard. Journal of Philosophy 60:19 (September 12, 1963): 551–57.

1964

Review of Chauncy Wright and the Foundations of Pragmatism, by Edward H. Madden. Philosophical Review 73:2 (April 1964): 287–89.

Review of Clarity Is Not Enough: Essays in Criticism of Linguistic Philosophy, by H. D. Lewis. International Philosophical Quarterly 4:4 (December 1964): 623–24.

1966

Review of Charles Peirce and Scholastic Realism: A Study of Peirce’s Relation to John Duns Scotus, by John F. Boler. Philosophical Review 75:1 (January 1966): 116–19.

1967

Review of Metaphysics, Reference, and Language, by James W. Cornman. Journal of Philosophy 64:22 (November 23, 1967): 770–74.

1970

Review of Science and Metaphysics: Variations on Kantian Themes, by Wilfrid Sellars. Philosophy 45 (March 1970): 66–70.

1971

Review of The Origins of Pragmatism: Studies in the Philosophy of Charles Sanders Peirce and William James, by A. J. Ayer. Philosophical Review 80:1 (January 1971): 96–100.

1972

Review of Nihilism, by Stanley Rosen. Philosophy Forum 11 (1972): 102–8.

1976

“Realism and Necessity.” Review of Nature and Necessity, by Milton Fisk. Noûs 10:3 (September 1976): 345–54.

Review of On Human Conduct, by Michael Oakeshott, and Knowledge and Politics, by Roberto Mangabiera Unger. Social Theory and Practice 4:1 (Fall 1976): 107–16.

1979

“On Worldmaking.” Review of Ways of Worldmaking, by Nelson Goodman. Yale Review 69:2 (December 1979): 276–79.

1980

“Kripke vs. Kant.” Review of Naming and Necessity, by Saul Kripke. London Review of Books (September 4, 1980), 4–5.

1981

“Beyond Nietzsche and Marx.” Review of Power/Knowledge, by Michel Foucault, Michel Foucault: The Will to Truth, by Alan Sheridan, and Herculine Barbin, by Oscar Panizza. London Review of Books (February 19, 1981), 5–6.

“Being Business.” Review of A Heidegger Critique, by Roger Waterhouse. Times Literary Supplement (July 3, 1981), 760.

Review of American Sociology and Pragmatism, by J. D. Lewis and R. L. Smith, and The Calling of Sociology and Other Essays, by Edward Shils. Review of Metaphysics 35:1 (1981): 167–68.

1982

“Persuasive Philosophy.” Review of Philosophical Explanations, by Robert Nozick. London Review of Books (May 20, 1982), 10–11.

“Brute and Raw Experience.” Review of Philosophy in the Twentieth Century, by A. J. Ayer. New Republic (December 6, 1982), 33–36.

1983

“The Pragmatist.” Review of A Stroll with William James, by Jacques Barzun. New Republic (May 9, 1983), 32–34.

“Against Belatedness.” Review of The Legitimacy of the Modern Age, by Hans Blumenberg. London Review of Books (June 16, 1983), 3–5.

“Unsoundness in Perspective.” Review of Nietzsche, by Richard Schacht, and Nietzsche and Philosophy, by Gilles Deleuze. Times Literary Supplement (June 17, 1983), 619–20.

Review of Reason, Truth, and History, by Hilary Putnam. Critique 39:439 (1983): 923–40.

1984

“Signposts Along the Way That Reason Went.” Review of Margins of Philosophy, by Jacques Derrida. London Review of Books (February 16, 1984), 5–6.

“What’s It All About?” Review of Intentionality, by John Searle. London Review of Books (May 17, 1984), 3–4.

“Life at the End of Inquiry.” Review of Realism and Reason: Philosophical Papers III, by Hilary Putnam. London Review of Books (August 2, 1984), 6–7.

Review of The Post-Modern Condition, by Jean-François Lyotard. Critique 40:442 (1984): 181–97.

1985

“Feeling His Way.” Review of The War Diaries of Jean-Paul Sartre: November 1939–March 1940. New Republic (April 15, 1985), 32–34.

Review of Traditional and Analytical Philosophy: Lectures on the Philosophy of Language, by Ernst Tugendhat. Journal of Philosophy 82:12 (December 1985): 720–29.

“Absolutely Non-Absolute.” Review of Philosophical Papers, vols. 1–2, by Charles Taylor. Times Literary Supplement (December 6, 1985), 1379–80.

1986

“Sex and the Single Thinker.” Review of Sexual Desire: A Moral Philosophy of the Erotic, by Roger Scruton. New Republic (June 2, 1986), 34–37.

1987

“Posties.” Review of Der Philosophische Diskurs der Moderne, by Jürgen Habermas. London Review of Books (September 3, 1987), 11–12. [French translation: Sud 18:78–79 (1988): 173–85.]

1988

“Taking Philosophy Seriously.” Review of Heidegger et le Nazisme, by Victor Farias. New Republic (April 11, 1988), 31–34.

Italian translation: “Prendere dul serio la filosofia.” Aut Aut 226–27 (July–October 1988): 133–40.

Review of Derrida, by Christoper Norris. The New Leader (October 3–17, 1988), 20–21.

Review of The Limits of Analysis, by Stanley Rosen. Independent Journal of Philosophy 5–6 (1988): 153–54.

1989

Review of Connections to the World: The Basic Concepts of Philosophy, by Arthur C. Danto. New York Newsday (March 19, l989), 21.

Review of In Quest of the Ordinary: Lines of Skepticism and Romanticism, by Stanley Cavell. New Republic (June 19, 1989), 38–41.

Review of Interpreting Across Boundaries, ed. Eliot Deutsch and G. Larson. Philosophy East and West 39:3 (July l989): 332–37.

1991

Review of John Dewey and American Democracy, by Robert Westbrook. The New Leader (May 20, 1991), 13.

“The Guru of Prague.” Review of Platon et l’Europe et Essais hérétiques, by Jan Patocka, and Jan Patocka: Philosophy and Selected Writings, ed. Ezrahim Kohak. New Republic (July 1, 1991), 35–40.

“Just One More Species Doing Its Best.” Review of The Later Works, 1925–1953, vol. 17, by John Dewey; Dewey, by J. E. Tiles; John Dewey and American Democracy, by Robert Westbrook; and Beloved Community: The Cultural Criticism of Randolph Bourne, Van Wyck Brooks, Waldo Frank, and Lewis Mumford, by Casey Blake. London Review of Books (July 25, 1991), 3–7.

German translation: in Merkur 46:1 (January 1992): 1–16.

“Blunder Around for a While.” Review of Consciousness Explained, by Daniel Dennett. London Review of Books (November 21, 1991), 3–6.

“The Philosopher and the Prophet.” Review of The American Evasion of Philosophy, by Cornel West. Transition 52 (1991): 70–78.

1992

“We Anti-Representationalists.” Review of Ideology: An Introduction, by Terry Eagleton. Radical Philosophy 60 (Spring 1992): 40–42.

“The Feminist Saving Remnant.” Review of The Rise and Fall of the American Left, by John Patrick Diggins. The New Leader (June l–15, 1992), 9–10.

1993

“Paroxysms and Politics.” Review of The Passion of Michel Foucault, by James Miller. Salmagundi 97 (Winter l993): 61–68.

Reprinted in The New Salmagundi Reader, eds. Robert Boyers and Peggy Boyers, 513-20. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 1996.

Review of The Ethics of Authenticity, by Charles Taylor. London Review of Books (April 8, 1993), 3.

Review of Ideals and Illusions: On Reconstruction and Deconstruction in Contemporary Critical Theory, by Thomas McCarthy. Journal of Philosophy 90:7 (July 1993): 370–73.

1994

Review of Willful Liberalism: Voluntarism and Individuality in Political Theory and Practice, by Richard Flathman. Political Theory 22:1 (February 1994): 190–94.

“Why Can’t a Man Be More Like a Woman, and Other Problems in Moral Philosophy.” Review of Moral Prejudices: Essays in Ethics, by Annette Baier. London Review of Books (February 24, 1994), 3–6.

“A Leg-Up for Oliver North.” Review of Dictatorship of Virtue: Multiculturalism and the Battle for America’s Future, by Richard Bernstein. London Review of Books (October 20, 1994), 13–14.

A revised version, entitled “Demonizing the Academy,” appeared in Harper’s (January 1995), 13–17.

Another version, entitled “The Demonization of Multiculturalism,” appeared in the Journal of Blacks in Higher Education 7 (Spring 1995): 74–75.

Review of The Grandeur and Twilight of Radical Universalism, by Ferenc Feher and Agnes Heller. Thesis Eleven 37 (1994): 119–26.

1995

“Two Cheers for Elitism.” Review of The Revolt of the Elites and the Betrayal of Democracy, by Christopher Lasch. New Yorker (January 30, 1995), 86–89.

“Untruth and Consequences.” Review of Killing Time, by Paul Feyerabend. New Republic (July 31, 1995), 32–36.

“Cranes and Skyhooks.” Review of Darwin’s Dangerous Idea: Evolution and the Meanings of Life, by Daniel Dennett. Lingua Franca (August 1995): 62–66.

“Color-Blind in the Marketplace.” Review of The End of Racism: Principles for a Multicultural Society, by Dinesh d’Souza. New York Times Book Review (September 24, 1995), 9.

“Consolation Prize.” Review of The Unconsoled, by Kazuo Ishiguro. Village Voice Literary Supplement (October 1995), 13.

1996

“The Sins of the Overclass.” Review of The Next American Nation, by Michael Lind. Dissent 43:2 (Spring 1996): 109–12.

Review of Critical Theory, ed. David Hoy and Thomas McCarthy. Ethics 106:3 (April 1996): 657–59.

“Something to Steer By.” Review of John Dewey and the High Tide of Americal Liberalism, by Alan Ryan. London Review of Books (June 20, 1996), 7–8.

Review of Aramis; or, The Love of Technology, by Bruno Latour. Village Voice Literary Supplement (September 1996), 10.

“Sigmund on the Couch.” Review of Wittgenstein Reads Freud, by Jacques Bouveresse. New York Times Book Review (September 22, 1996), 42.

Review of Pragmatism: An Open Question, by Hilary Putnam. Philosophical Review 105:4 (October 1996): 560–61.

“Knowledge and Acquaintance.” Review of Bertrand Russell: The Spirit of Solitude, 1872–1921, by Ray Monk. New Republic (December 2, 1996), 46–52.

1997

Review of When Work Disappears: The World of the New Urban Poor, by W. J. Wilson. Dissent 44:3 (Summer 1997): 111–13.

1998

“Marxists, Straussians, Pragmatists.” Review of Left Out: Pragmatism, Exceptionalism, and the Poverty of American Marxism, 1980–1922, by Brian Lloyd; Young Sidney Hook: Pragmatist and Marxist, by Christopher Phelps; and Reconstructing America: The Symbol of America in Modern Thought, by James Caesar. Raritan (Fall 1998): 128–36.

Review of Martin Heidegger: Between Good and Evil, by Rudiger Safranski. New York Times Book Review (May 3, 1998), 12–13.

1999

“Phony Science Wars.” Review of The Social Construction of What? by Ian Hacking. Atlantic Monthly (November 1999), 120.

“I Hear America Sighing.” Review of The Real American Dream, by Andrew Delbanco. New York Times Book Review (November 7, 1999), 16.

“Aristotle Had It Right.” Review of The Trouble with Principle, by Stanley Fish. The New Leader (December 13–27, 1999), 5–6.

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2000

“Structures of Deceit.” Review of Papal Sin: Structures of Deceit, by Garry Wills. New York Times Book Review (June 11, 2000), 10.

Review of Happiness, Death, and the Remainder of Life, by Jonathan Lear. New York Times Book Review (October 22, 2000), 14.

2001

Review of Idealism as Modernism: Hegelian Variations, by Robert Pippin. Ethics 111:2 (January 2001): 438.

“Studied Ambiguity.” Review of Shaping Science with Rhetoric, by Leah Ceccarelli. Science (September 28, 2001), 2399–2400.

2002

“When Philosophy Is Irrelevant.” Review of Our Posthuman Future, by Francis Fukuyama. The New Leader (May–June 2002), 19.

“To the Sunlit Uplands.” Review of Truth and Truthfulness, by Bernard Williams. London Review of Books (October 31, 2002), 13-15.

2003

Online review of Pascal Engel’s Truth, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, March 13, 2003.

More than compromise.” Review of Law, Pragmatism and Democracy by Richard A. Posner. Dissent (Fall 2003), 99-101.

Online review of Jürgen Habermas’s Truth and Justification, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, December 9, 2003.

2005

After Kripke.” Review of Scott Soames’ Analytic philosophy in the twentieth century. London Review of Books (January 20, 2005).

Online review of Donald Davidson’s Problems of Rationality, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, February 1, 2005.

Review of True to Life: Why Truth Matters by Michael Lynch. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, vol. LXXI, no. 1 (July 2005), pp. 231-239.

A queasy agnosticism.” Review of Ian McEwan’s Saturday, Dissent (Fall 2005), pp. 91-94.

Online review of Robert Pippin’s The Persistence of Subjectivity, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, October 1, 2005.

Visions of a new utopia.” Review of Cosmopolitanism: ethics in a world of strangers by Anthony Appiah, The New Leader, November-December 2005, pp. 22-23.

2006

“Structures of Deceit.” Review of Moral Minds, by Marc Hauser. New York Times Book Review (August 25, 2006), 10.

This is a mostly complete but unpolished list of RR’s publications since 2003. Please refer to the other bibliography for a list complete and polished through the end of 2002.

Mostly Complete Bibliography of Rorty’s Works 2003-2006

If you would like to contribute to the completion of this list – or have additional information regarding new translations into any language – please feel free to email Gideon Lewis-Kraus at glk (at) stanfordalumni (dot) org. Thanks very much.

2003

Worlds or words apart: the consequences of pragmatism for literary studies” (interview with E. Rapp), Philosophy and Literature, vol. 26, no. 2 (October 2002), pp. 369-396.

Alcuni usi americani di Hegel” in Hegel Contemporaneo: La ricezeione Americana di Hegel a confronto con la tradizione europea, ed. Luigi Ruggiu and Italo Testa (Naples: Guerini, 2003), pp. 179-217

Demuetigung oder Solidaritaet?”, Suedeutsche Zeitung, May 31, 2003. [The English original of this piece appeared as “Humiliation or Solidarity?” in Dissent, Fall 2003, pp. 23-26.]

Analytic and conversational philosophy” in A house divided: comparing analytic and continental philosophy, ed. C. G. Prado (Humanity Books, 2003), pp. 17-31

Out of the Matrix” [on Donald Davidson] Boston Globe “Ideas” section, October 5, 2003

Das Empire der Ungewissheit” in Empire America: Perspectiven einer neuen Weltordnung, hrsg. Ulrich Speck u. Natan Sznaider (Muenchen, Deutsches Verlag-Anstalt, 2003), pp. 240-255.

Forward” to Knowledge and Civilization, by Barry Allen (Westview Press, 2003), pp. vii-x.

Was sollen sie denn tun?: Kooperation oder Sabotage? Amerikas widerspruchlich Signale bringen die Iraker in ein Dilemma”, Frankfurter Rundschau, November 18, 2003, p. 19.

Anti-clericalism and atheism” in Religion after metaphysics, ed. Mark Wrathall (Cambridge University Press, 2003), pp. 37-46. [Reprinted in Richard Rorty and Gianni Vattimo, The future of religion (Columbia University Press, 2005).

“Der Roman Als Mittel Zur Erloesung Aus Der Selbstbezogenheit.” Trans. Andrew James Johnston, in Dimensionen Aesthetischer Erfahrung. Hrsg. Joachim Kuepper und Christoph Menke. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 2003. pp. 49-66.

More than compromise” [a review of Law, Pragmatism and Democracy by Richard A. Posner] Dissent, Fall 2003, pp. 99-101.

A conversation with Richard Rorty” [interview with C. G. Prado] Symposium: Journal of the Canadian Society for Hermeneutics and Postmodern Thought, Vol. 7, no. 2, Fall 2003, pp. 227-231.

2004

Some inconsistencies in James’ Varieties”, in William James and a science of religions, ed. Wayne Proudfoot (Columbia UP, 2004), pp. 86-97.

Trapped between Kant and Dewey; the current situation of moral philosophy”, in New essays on the history of autonomy: a collection honoring J. B. Schneewind, ed. Natlies Brender and Larry Krasnoff (Cambridge UP, 2004), pp. 195-214 [previously published in German]

A pragmatist view of contemporary analytic philosophy” in The pragmatic turn in philosophy: contemporary engagements between analytic and continental thought, ed. William Egginton and Mike Sandbothe (State University of New York Press, 2004), pp. 131-144.

The brain as hardware, culture as software”, Inquiry, vol. 47, no. 3 (June 2004), pp. 219-235.

Afterword” in Sidney Hook Reconsidered, ed. Matthew J. Cotter (Prometheus Books, 2004), pp. 281-286.

Forward” to Nihilism and Emancipation, by Gianni Vattimo (Columbia UP, 2004), pp. ix-xx.

Philosophy as a transitional genre” in Pragmatism, Critique, Judgment: Essays for Richard J. Bernstein, ed. Seyla Benhabib and Nancy Fraser (MIT Press, 2004), pp. 3-28.

Two brief memorial tributes to Jacques Derrida—one in Die Zeit (Feuilleton) for October 14, 2004, and another in Times Higher Education Supplement for November 12, 2004).

Philosophy-envy”, Daedelus, Fall 2004, pp. 18-24

A brief contribution to a symposium on the outcome of the 2004 presidential election, The Nation (December 20, 2004), p. 17.

2005

After Kripke” [a review of Scott Soames’ Analytic philosophy in the twentieth century], London Review of Books, January 20, 2005, pp.

Online review of Donald Davidson’s Problems of rationality, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, February 1, 2005

Comments and Responses” in Richard Rorty: his philosophy under discussion (Muenstersche Vorlesungen zur Philosophie), hrsg. Andreas Vieth (Frankfurt, Ontos Verlag, 2005), pp. 131-147

Romantics, Sophists, and Systematic Philosophers” in Metaphilosophy and Chinese Thought: Interpreting David Hall, ed. Ewing Chinn and Henry Rosemont, Jr., New York: Global Scholarly Publications, 2005), pp. 3-19

Online review of Robert Pippin’s The Persistence of Subjectivity, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, October 1, 2005

A queasy agnosticism” [a review of Ian McEwan’s Saturday], Dissent (Fall 2005), pp. 91-94

Visions of a new utopia” [a review of Cosmopolitanism: ethics in a world of strangers, by Anthony Appiah], The New Leader, November-December 2005, pp. 22-23

2006

Looking back at ‘literary theory’” in COMPARATIVE LITERATURE IN AN AGE OF GLOBALIZATION, ed. Haun Saussy (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2006), pp. 63-67

PSIKEBA. Richard Rorty

Curriculum Vitae RICHARD RORTY

Richard Rorty

Born New York City, October 4, 1931

Home Address: 82 Peter Coutts Circle, Stanford CA 94305

B.A., University of Chicago, 1949

M.A., University of Chicago, 1952

Ph.D, Yale University, 1956

D.H.L., Northwestern University, 1992

D.H.L., Florida International University, 1994

Doctor honoris causa, Universite de Paris 8 (Vincennes-St. Denis), 1997

D.H.L., New School University, 1999

Doctor honoris causa, Johannes Pannonius University (Pecs, Hungary), 2000

Doctor honoris causa, Babes-Bolyai University (Cluj, Romania), 2001

Doctor honoris causa, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium), 2001

D.H.L., Hofstra University, 2002

Instructor, Yale University, 1956-7

Army of the United States, 1957-8

Instructor and Assistant Professor, Wellesley College, 1958-61

Assistant, Associate and Full Professor of Philosophy, Princeton University, 1961-82 (Stuart Professor of Philosophy, 1981-2)

University Professor of the Humanities, University of Virginia,

1982-1998 (became Professor Emeritus 1998)

Professor of Comparative Literature, Stanford University (1998-2005; now Professor Emeritus)

Visiting Faculty Appointments: UC-Santa Barbara, University of Pittsburgh, Catholic University of America, Frankfurt University, Heidelberg University, University of Torino, University of Girona, University of Amsterdam

Visiting Fellowships: Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University (1982, 1999); Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (1982-3); Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin (1986-7); Stanford Humanities Center (1996-7)

Grants and Fellowships: ACLS (1968-9); Guggenheim (1973-4); MacArthur (1981-6); NEH (l990-91)

Member: American Philosophical Association (President of Eastern Division, 1979); American Academy of Arts and Sciences; American Philosophical Society

Lectureships: Howison (Berkeley, 1983); Northcliffe (University College, London, l986); Clark (Trinity College, Cambridge, l987); Romanell (Phi Beta Kappa, 1989); Tanner (Michigan, 1990); Oxford Amnesty Lecture, 1993; Massey (Harvard, 1997); Donellan (Trinity College, Dublin, 1998); Smythies (Balliol College, Oxford, 2003)

PSIKEBA. Richard Rorty

Richard Rorty - Revista Observaciones Filosóficas

Books Richard Rorty:

(ed.) The Linguistic Turn. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1967; (second, enlarged, edition, l992)

(co-ed. with Edward Lee and Alexander Mourelatos) Exegesis and Argument: Essays in Greek Philosophy presented to Gregory Vlastos. Amsterdam: Van Gorcum, 1973.

Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1979. [trans: Chinese, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Serbo-Croat, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Korean, Slovak, Bulgarian, Greek, Turkish, Hebrew, Arabic]

Consequences of Pragmatism. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1982. [trans: Italian, Japanese, Serbo-Croat, French, Spanish, Korean]

(co-ed. with J. B. Schneewind and Quentin Skinner) Philosophy in History. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1985 [partial trans.: Spanish]

Contingency, Irony, and Solidarity. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1988. [trans. German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Danish, French, Portuguese, Hungarian, Serbo-Croat, Turkish, Korean, Polish, Russian, Bulgarian, Chinese, Swedish, Romanian, Japanese, Latvian, Czech, Estonian, Hebrew]

Objectivity, Relativism and Truth: Philosophical Papers I. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, l991. [trans. Italian, French, Spanish, Korean, Romanian]

Essays on Heidegger and Others: Philosophical Papers II. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, l99l. [trans. Italian, Spanish, French, Hungarian, Korean, Romanian]

Hoffnung statt Erkenntnis: Einleitung in die pragmatische Philosophie (Vienna: Passagen Verlag, 1994) [This volume contains three lectures delivered in Vienna and Paris in 1993. The French version appeared as L’Espoir au lieu de savoir: introduction au pragmatisme (Paris: Albin Michel, 1995). Spanish,Portuguese,Hungarian and Russian translations have appeared The original English text of these lectures, slightly revised, is included in Philosophy and Social Hope, listed below.]

Achieving Our Country: Leftist Thought in Twentieth Century America (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1998) [trans. German, Italian, Russian, Dutch, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Greek, Romanian]

Truth and Progress: Philosophical Papers III (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998) [trans. German, Spanish, Romanian, Portuguese, French,Chinese]

Philosophy and Social Hope (London: Penguin, 2000) [A collection of non-technical essays, as opposed to philosophical papers; it contains the English original of Hoffnung statt Erkenntnis]

Philosophy as Cultural Politics: Philosophical Papers IV (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, to be published in 2007)

Adolfo Vásquez Rocca PH. D.

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  1. Rorty: pragmatismo, ironismo liberal y solidaridad
    http://observaciones.sitesled.com/rorty.htm
    "En el Artículo 'Rorty: pragmatismo, ironismo liberal y solidaridad'."
    Recomendada por Adolfo Vásquez Rocca PH. D. el 10/4/2006.
  2. Rorty: el Giro narrativo de la Ética o la Filosofía como género literario
    http://serbal.pntic.mec.es/AParteRei/vasquez42.pdf
    "Rorty: el Giro narrativo de la Ética o la Filosofía como género literario."
    Recomendada por Adolfo Vásquez Rocca PH. D. el 10/4/2006.
  3. Ejemplares y conciudadanos; Filosofías y sujetos ideales en Rorty
    http://observaciones.sitesled.com/ponenciarorty.html
    "Ejemplares y conciudadanos; Filosofías y sujetos ideales en Rorty"

    Este Artículo de Pablo Gutiérrez Echegoyen intenta vincular los sujetos ideales que se desprenden de la distinción rortyana entre lo público y lo privado con los tipos de filosofía postnietzscheana que durante los últimos cien años han concebido su relación con la tradición filosófica de un modo pragmatista, antirrepresentacionalista y poético."
    Recomendada por Adolfo Vásquez Rocca PH. D. el 10/4/2006.
  4. Pragmatismo y política en Rorty; la construcción del espacio público.
    http://www.ub.es/astrolabio/Articulos2/Victor.vasquez.rocca.pdf
    "Pragmatismo y política en Rorty; la construcción del espacio público, por Adolfo Vásquez Rocca. En Astrolabio. Revista Internacional de Filosofía."
    Recomendada por Adolfo Vásquez Rocca PH. D. el 9/6/2006.
  5. Rorty: Tensiones entre crueldad, solidaridad y progreso moral
    http://observaciones.sitesled.com/tensionesentre.html
    "Artículo del profesor Salvador Lanas en Revista Observaciones Filosóficas, 2006.
    En el artículo se muestra cómo, según Rorty, la dirección del progreso moral tiene como propósito el incremento de la solidaridad humana. En esta parte, Rorty nos presenta un dato relevante. Lo que inspira la solidaridad humana es el dolor y la humillación, tales son las similitudes que se deben buscar más allá de las diferencias."
    Recomendada por Adolfo Vásquez Rocca PH. D. el 6/7/2006.
  6. Una filosofía demasiado humana
    http://www.clarin.com/suplementos/cultura/2004/10/09/u-846299.htm
    "Artículo de Ivana Costa en Revista Ñ, del Diario El Clarín. Aquí, contra el "proto-fascismo" republicano, se muestra cómo Rorty, uno de los filósofos más reconocidos de los EE.UU., reivindica la imagen de una comunidad humana capaz de darse a sí misma los fundamentos de una moral de la solidaridad."
    Recomendada por Adolfo Vásquez Rocca PH. D. el 17/7/2006.
  7. Rorty; Neopragmatismo y Contingencia de una Comunidad Liberal
    http://www.observacionesfilosoficas.net/rortypypolitica.html
    "Artículo del Dr.Adolfo Vásquez Rocca en la Revista de Observaciones Filosóficas donde se explica el carácter de contingencia de una comunidad liberal relacionándola con la contingencia del lenguaje y del yo en el Neopragmatismo de Rorty."
    Recomendada por Adolfo Vásquez Rocca el 22/9/2006.
  8. Conocimiento, redescripciones y esperanza social ; De Castoriadis a Rorty
    http://www.observacionesfilosoficas.net/conocimientoredescripciones.html
    ""Conocimiento, redescripciones y esperanza social ; De Castoriadis a Rorty", de la Lic. Gabriela Kuchle.
    En Revista Observaciones Filosóficas.
    En el presente artículo se intenta mostrar que los principios y criterios del conocimiento están en permanente crítica y constante revisión a la luz de los resultados de estos sobre el actuar cotidiano de la humanidad."
    Recomendada por Dr. Adolfo Vásquez Rocca el 9/11/2006.
  9. Rorty; La realidad como narrativa exitosa y la filosofía como género literario
    http://www.limite.uta.cl/sumarios/indices/archivos/n13/1.pdf
    "Artículo del Dr. Adolfo Vásquez Rocca en la revista Límite, Departamento de Filosofía y Psicología, Universidad de Tarapacá."
    Recomendada por Dr. Adolfo Vásquez Rocca el 21/11/2006.
  10. Entre liberalismo y filosofía. Entrevista a Richard Rorty.
    http://www.ub.es/astrolabio/Art%EDculos/Entrevista_RichardRorty.pdf
    "Entrevista en la Universidad de Stanford, realizada por Joaquín Fortantet. En Astrolabio: Revista internacional de filosofía, Editada por la Universitat de Barcelona. "
    Recomendada por Dr. Adolfo Vásquez Rocca el 15/12/2006.
  11. La Redescripción de la idea clásica de Subjetividad y su influencia en Rorty
    http://www.observacionesfilosoficas.net/freudyrortysubjetividad.html
    "Artículo del Prof. Dr. Lluís Pla Vargas de la Universidad de Barcelona en Revista Observaciones Filosóficas, n.º 5, 2007, a través del cual trata de exponer la redescripción de la idea clásica de subjetividad propuesta por Sigmund Freud y parte de su influencia en la obra de Richard Rorty."
    Recomendada por Dr. Adolfo Vásquez Rocca el 16/8/2007.
  12. Diaporein; Círculo peruano de investigaciones filosóficas y transdisciplinarias
    http://diaporein.blogspot.com/
    "Página de Diaporein; Círculo peruano de investigaciones filosóficas y transdisciplinarias de la UNMSM. Se publican alertas de eventos sobre Filosofy Humanidades, con especial preocupación en Richard Rorty."
    Recomendada por Antonio Ramírez Victorio el 19/10/2007.
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    http://www.psikeba.com.ar/articulos/LVR_Kant_Rorty_aporias_de_la_solidaridad.htm
    "Artículo de la Lic. Liliana Vásquez Rocca -y Magíster en Filosofía PUCV."
    Recomendada por Dr. Adolfo Vásquez Rocca el 14/12/2007.



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