It would have been a better essay without the Wittgensteinianism. And 
Rosa continues to show what a jackass he--excuse me, she--is.

The historical turn of the '60s and after went in a number of 
directions: that is a phenomenon worth analyzing. For example, there is 
conceptual material galore in Jerome Ravetz' key work of 1971; decades 
later he ends up partnering with an Islamist obscurantist. Is decadence 
necessary, or is it contingent?

On 12/23/2010 6:57 AM, Jim Farmelant wrote:
> Rosa Litchenstein has now published on her site the last of
> the Marxist philosopher Guy Robinson's essays:
> It's all about Thomas Kuhn.
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