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List of works
(A sustained inquiry into Hegel’s philosophy, establishing the unity of his thought, the embeddedness of his project in the problems of its historical epoch, the reasons for the ultimate failure of that project, and the insights it none the less offers for philosophy and social thought.)
(A consideration of Hegel’s contribution to grasping the distinct nature of modern society and its enduring problems.)
(Taylor’s major early papers on the social and behavioural sciences, including Taylor (1971).)
(A series of lectures examining the challenges posed to the modern era by tying the search for self-fulfilment to atomistic individualism, an overvaluation of instrumental reason, and alienation from public life, and arguing for the inadequacy of ‘soft relativism’ when faced with significant cultural and interpersonal differences.)
(A collection of Taylor’s major recent papers on themes ranging from moral obligation to public goods and the self to nationalism, including the widely debated ‘The Politics of Recognition’.)
References and further reading
(A collection of responses to one of Taylor’s key arguments by Anthony Appiah, Jürgen Habermas, Michael Walzer and others).
(A collection of papers, mainly concerning The Sources of the Self, with a reply by Taylor.)
Calhoun, Craig. Bibliography. Taylor, Charles (1931–), 1998, doi:10.4324/9780415249126-DD089-1. Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Taylor and Francis, https://www.rep.routledge.com/articles/biographical/taylor-charles-1931/v-1/bibliography/taylor-charles-1931-bib.
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