Carl Sachs
Marymount University
A critical review of "The Spirit of Trust". The review provides a very compressed overview of Brandom's project and concludes with a minor criticism of how Brandom addresses "the masters of suspicion" (Marx, Nietzsche, Freud).
Keywords Brandom  Hegel  Phenomenology of Spirit
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DOI 10.4000/ejpap.2231
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