(2006) Human Studies 29 (4).

Inventions of History

Steven Crowell

pp. 463-475

David Carr is a philosopher of paradox. Given the title of his most recent book, The Paradox of Subjectivity, this might seem obvious. In fact, though, the claim is rather paradoxical. For as anyone familiar with Carr’s work knows, his thinking and writing are models of lucidity, careful reasoning, and acute phenomenological description. In style and substance it is about as far from philosophical paradox-mongering as you can get.

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DOI: 10.1007/s10746-007-9039-8

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Crowell, S. (2006). Inventions of History. Human Studies 29 (4), pp. 463-475.

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