New Article of Interest: “Wittgenstein and the genesis of neo-pragmatism in American thought” by Erik Hmiel

Erik Hmiel (graduate student in American Intellectual History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison) has a new article in the forthcoming issue of History of European Ideas titled “Wittgenstein and the genesis of neo-pragmatism in American thought.” In it, he traces a genealogy of Wittgensteinian ideas running from Cavell and Thomas Kuhn through to the Rorty-Putnam debate of the 1980s and 90s. OLP readers take note.
The piece is available to read as a stand-alone piece under the “latest articles” section of the journal: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/01916599.2015.1118332
Happy reading!
CL

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