Richard Rorty and John Searle Rorty v. Searle, At Last: A Debate The debate that follows between Richard Rorty and John Searle took place at the University of St. Thomas on September 2r, 1997 under the title "If Truth Be Told: Academic Inquiry in the Postmodern Academy." The debate was part of a colloquium series sponsored by the University of St. Thomas and William Mitchell College of Law on "Rights and Responsibilities: The Crisis in the Professions and Their Communities." The debate and the questionsfollowing it have been only lightly edited; care has been taken to preserve the tone ofthe exchanges. LOGOS 2:3 SUMMER I 999 RORTY V. SEARLE, AT LAST: A DEBATE2 I Introduction CARROCCI: Good evening, and welcome. My name is Noreen Car- rocci. I'm Dean of the College of the University of St. Thomas. I'm pleased to introduce the third public colloquium in the series "Rights and Responsibilities: The Crisis in the Professions in Their Communities." The colloquium is jointly sponsored by the University of St. Thomas and the William Mitchell College of Law. Tonight's theme is "academia" and the title of this colloquium is: "If Truth Be Told: Academic Inquiry in the Postmodern Academy."
Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture – Logos: Journal of Catholic Thought & Culture
Published: Apr 4, 1999
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