Introduction: Who’s Afraid of Ordinary Language Philosophy? A Plea for Reviving a Wrongly Reviled Tradition, by Alice Crary and Joel de Lara
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Alice Crary is Professor of Philosophy at The New School for Social Research, Professor of Philosophy at University of Oxford, and Fellow in Philosophy and Christian Ethics at Regent’s Park College. She is the author of Inside Ethics: On the Demands of Moral Thought (Harvard University Press, 2016) and Beyond Moral Judgment (Harvard University Press, 2007). She is the editor of Wittgenstein and the Moral Life: Essays in Honor of Cora Diamond (MIT Press, 2007), (with Sanford Shieh) of Reading Cavell (Routledge, 2006), and (with Rupert Read) of The New Wittgenstein (Routledge, 2000). Her recent articles include “The Methodological is Political: What’s the Matter with ‘Analytic Feminism’?,” Radical Philosophy (2018), “Wittgenstein Goes to Frankfurt (and Finds Something Useful to Say),” Nordic Wittgenstein Review (2018), and “Feminist Thought and Rational Authority: Getting Things in Perspective,” New Literary History (2015).
Alice Crary and Joel de Lara, “Introduction: Who’s Afraid of Ordinary Language Philosophy? A Plea for Reviving a Wrongly Reviled Tradition,” Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 39:2 (2019), pp. 317-39.