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Discussion text: Chin, C. 2018. The Practice of Political Theory: Rorty and Continental Thought.

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  • 1 Queen Mary University of London
  • 2 Queen Mary University of London
  • 3 University of Southampton
  • 4 Wuhan University
  • 5 University of Melbourne
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