Explain how Richard Rorty thinks that “outsiders” (non philosophers, amateurs, ideologues,educational bureaucrats, academic specialists in other disciplines, etc.) are often mistaken about

1.

Explain how Richard Rorty

thinks that “outsiders” (non philosophers, amateurs, ideologues,educational bureaucrats, academic specialists in other disciplines, etc.) are often mistaken about

what philosophers do and what philosophy is concerned with doing. Emphasize one or two

part

icular aspects of Rorty’s approach (art versus science, visionary versus technical research,

creativity versus logic, questions versus answers, the history of the philosophical dialogue,

methods and progress in philosophy, etc.) as well as the ways in whic

h these fit into Rorty’s

overall thesis of what it is that philosophers really do.

2.

From the Jonathan Sacks reading (and to a lesser extent the William Barrett reading),

summarize the narrative of the modern age that begins with Copernicus and ends in w

hat can be

called “scientific materialism.” Do this by listing some of the most important figures/events that

have led to the current view of human beings as “nothing but” a “gene’s way of making another

gene” or of human life having “no more meaning than

that of slime mold.” Your account does

not need to be exhaustive but should carefully select from the reading(s) what you understand

can best portray the overarching picture drawn by the author(s). At the end of your summary,

brie

fly comment on at least on

e of the ways in which Sacks believes that incorrect conclusions

about human dignity have been seen as unarguably conclusive by certain contemporary

At the end of your summary,

brie

fly comment on at least on

e of the ways in which Sacks believes that incorrect conclusions

about human dignity have been seen as unarguably conclusive by certain contemporary

authors/scientists/intellectuals.

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