Everything is in the detail
on the humanness of rhetorical judging
must avoid artificial problems. It must address and clarify important things and distinguish them from one another. Moreover, a good philosophical education should clarify a lot of important things and … should not try to address grandiose problems … such as ‘Is there really an external world?’
Drummond John, Hart James G (1996). The truthful and the good: essays in honor of Robert Sokolowski, Springer, Dordrecht.
Langsdorf Lenore (1996). Everything is in the detail: on the humanness of rhetorical judging, in J. Drummond & J. G. Hart (eds.), The truthful and the good, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 63-79.