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Robert Sinclair is Professor of Philosophy in the Faculty of International Liberal Arts, Soka University, Tokyo, Japan. His work examines themes at the intersection between pragmatist philosophy and the history of analytic philosophy, focusing especially on W.V. Quine and John Dewey. Other interests include philosophy of religion, social epistemology and the history of Japanese philosophy. His book Quine, Conceptual Pragmatism and the Analytic-Synthetic Distinction is forthcoming with Lexington Books.

Science and Democracy

2 January 2022

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