Interpretation and Social Criticism

@inproceedings{Walzer1987InterpretationAS,
  title={Interpretation and Social Criticism},
  author={Michael Walzer},
  year={1987}
}
  • M. Walzer
  • Published 1 September 1992
  • Psychology
*1. Three Paths in Moral Philosophy *2. The Practice of Social Criticism *3. The Prophet as Social Critic * Index 
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