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2017
Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 37 issue 6

The Real Question: 
Can Philosophy Be Saved?

Susan Haack


I certainly share our editor’s sense that academic philosophy is in bad shape, and his concern for the future of our discipline. But his diagnosis—that, in what he sees as a kind of culture war in our profession, the side that appeals to “awe and transcendence” seems to be winning—strikes me as way off the mark.

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