McKenna, Andrew J.
June 2003
Renascence;Summer2003, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p293
Academic Journal
Comments on the ideas in the works of philosopher Richard Rorty. Reason that his work is open to a dialogue with René Girard's mimetic theory of human relations; Perception of Rorty on the novel "Deceit, Desire and the Novel," by Girard."


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