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by E. John Winner ___ Prologue: First, let me say that I am very pleased to see Dan Tippens return to the Electric Agora. His contribution to the Agora‘s development cannot be overstated. I am also pleased that he returns here with a well-written essay. Within the limited scope of its concerns and focus, it is tightly argued and seems […]
by Robert Gressis ____ A number of philosophers have claimed that philosophy papers typically have too few citations. If you don’t believe me, do a Google search. Why should philosophers want their papers to have more citations than they do? I can think of six reasons: Having a Conversation: if people reading your paper want to know what you’re responding [… […]