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    Rorty and America, overseas
    Common Knowledge 14 (2): 201-207. 2008.
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    Evandro Agazzi's ethical pragmatism of science
    Poznan Studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities 81 (1): 279-283. 2003.
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    Repräsentationalismus und Antirepräsentationalismus
    Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 47 (4). 1999.
  • On Genophilosophy
    with András Guttman
    The Paideia Archive: Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy 6 144-147. 1998.
    Contemporary progress in life sciences, particularly in genetic engineering, is changing our concept of "human being" and a whole series of other philosophical and common notions. The conventional idea of "subject" will no longer be the final reference for philosophical thinking, since even the subject qua biological or psychological structure will enjoy a high degree of unpredictability. The results of gene technology require reinterpreting such concepts as reproduction, individuality, history,…Read more
  • Representationalism and Antirepresentationalism
    The Paideia Archive: Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy 45 22-34. 1998.
    The notions of representationalism and antirepresentationalism are introduced and used in contemporary philosophical discussions by Richard Rorty to describe his and the neopragmatists' attitude toward traditional problems of epistemology. Rorty means that the history of philosophy shows that there are no final answers to the traditional questions about knowledge, truth, and representation; consequently, they should be rejected. Rorty thinks such questions should be eliminated from philosophy si…Read more
  • Repraesentationalismus und Antirepraesentationalismus
    Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 47 (4): 539-552. 1999.