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Me, You, Us: Essays

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2018.07.14 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews George Sher, Me, You, Us: Essays, Oxford University Press, 2017, 216pp., $74.00, ISBN 9780190660413. Reviewed by Evan Tiffany, Simon Fraser University I first met George Sher in the summer of 2000 at the Social Philosophy and Policy workshop in La Jolla, California, where he was presenting "But I Could Be Wrong," the penultimate essay in this collection. I became an instant fan. I was just a graduate student at the time, but I remember finding it inspirational to witness a prominent member of the profession taking seriously the possibility that our own moral judgments are no more likely to be true or justified than are those of any number of others. To my mind, Sher had identified a problem that was not just academically but existentially significant. As I reread and reflect on that essay, it strikes me that its spirit... Read More

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