The Modest Professor: Interpretive Charity and Interpretive Humility in John Rawls's Lectures on the History of Political Philosophy

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Title: The Modest Professor: Interpretive Charity and Interpretive Humility in John Rawls's Lectures on the History of Political Philosophy
Author: Frazer, Michael
Citation: Michael L. Frazer. The modest professor: Interpretive charity and interpretive humility in John Rawls's lectures on the history of political philosophy. European Journal of Political Theory 9(2): 218-226.
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