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  • ...vism was a major force in analytic philosophy from the 1920s forward until philosophers such as Karl Popper, Thomas Kuhn, and Willard Quine assaulted the foundatio ...[New Atheist]] movement, which contains various [[pop scientists]] and pop philosophers, with scientism is well established.<ref>[http://www.palgrave.com/page/deta
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  • ...en prominent in philosophy through out its history, drawing influence from philosophers such as Soren Kierkegaard,<ref>http://acumen.lib.ua.edu/content/u0015/00000
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  • ..._philosophy_of_race/v001/1.1.mills.pdf</ref>. The positions that these two philosophers take are not radically different. Both believe that Rawlsian approaches are
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  • Modern Minarhcist philosophers include Robert Nozick, who set himself in opposition to [[John Rawls]]. As
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  • ...social contract is often grounded in a state of nature by social contract philosophers.
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  • ..._philosophy_of_race/v001/1.1.mills.pdf</ref>. The positions that these two philosophers take are not radically different. Both believe that Rawlsian approaches are
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  • ...vism was a major force in analytic philosophy from the 1920s forward until philosophers such as Karl Popper, Thomas Kuhn, and Willard Quine assaulted the foundatio ...[New Atheist]] movement, which contains various [[pop scientists]] and pop philosophers, with scientism is well established.<ref>[http://www.palgrave.com/page/deta
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  • Modern Minarhcist philosophers include Robert Nozick, who set himself in opposition to [[John Rawls]]. As
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