By Richard M. Rorty, Kent Puckett
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We want a situation in which the next time a Milosevic tries it, there are so many blue helmets around the gangs can’t get organized. We want a global federation so that the next time there’s a Saddam Hussein, the American congress doesn’t decide to make war—the world parliament decides. Q: This actually brings us to another point in the Robbins’ article—I would like to hear what you have to say about it. He makes the claim that, on your model of the public/private split, the international sphere is private, while the public coincides with the nation-state.
In philosophy when I was twenty, so I had been in the business for quite a while. Q: But unless my sense of your academic history is skewed, it seems like in the ‘50s and ‘60s, you were still writing fairly straightforward analytic philosophy. RR: It wasn’t quite like that. S. 52 Analytic philosophy was taking over. But my own graduate school, Yale, had blinded itself to this fact. So I didn’t learn enough analytic philosophy. When I got to Wellesley, I found that all my colleagues had gone to Harvard, and were up to date not only with Quine but with Austin.
Cobbet knew that, I’m 47 not sure that the Roman plebes didn’t know that. I think the idea that Marx burst upon an astonished world with the thought that the rich were ripping off the poor is weird. Q: But isn’t it more than just the rich ripping off the poor? It’s that it’s being done in a certain way, so to stop it, we’re going to have to address the certain way it’s happening. RR: But he didn’t address it. He said that nothing could change without a total revolution, one which abolished private property, created new ideals to replace bourgeois freedom and bourgeois independence, and so on.