María Pía Lara has been professor of Philosophy at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (México) since 1983. She received her doctorate in Philosophy from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain) in 1990. Her works include The Disclosure of Politics (2013); Narrating Evil (2007), and Moral Textures (1998). She has written many articles and book chapters about the thought of Jürgen Habermas, Richard Rorty, and Nancy Fraser, feminism, critical theory, conceptual history, and other subjects. She is co-director of the annual Colloquium “Philosophy and Social Sciences” in the Institut of Philosophy at the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague. She is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Thesis Eleven, and Constellations. She has been visiting scholar and visiting professor at the New School for Social Research (2013/2014, 2009/2010, 2001–2002), the University of Cagliari (2008), the Institute of Social Sciences of University of Western Australia (2005); as well as a visiting fellow at the Institute for Research of Women and Gender, Stanford University (1998–1999) and the Institut für Hermeneutik, Freie Universität Berlin (1994–1995).
Richard Rorty’s Legacy: Criticizing His Critics
Part of a LARB forum in which philosophers reflect on the legacy of Richard Rorty....