On Tom Bridges' Rhetoric of Objectivity

Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy 9 (2):5-9 (1992)
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"At this point we are again at the beginning of a philosophical road too long to explore. One hint only: Words like "object" and "objective" are evidently shot through with deep ambiguities, and need to be applied with the greatest care.".

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