Inescapable Horizons

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Weighing in at more than 500 dense and provocative pages, Charles Taylor's Sources of the Self (Harvard, 1989) was clearly not intended for the general reader; at just over 100 pages. The Ethics of Authenticity is much more accessible. While not a fully "polished . . .

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