Psychological, Philosophical, and Educational Criticisms of Harry Frankfurt’s Concept of and Views about “Bullshit” in Human Discourse, Discussions, and Exchanges

@article{Perla2007PsychologicalPA,
  title={Psychological, Philosophical, and Educational Criticisms of Harry Frankfurt’s Concept of and Views about “Bullshit” in Human Discourse, Discussions, and Exchanges},
  author={R. Perla and J. Carifio},
  journal={Interchange},
  year={2007},
  volume={38},
  pages={119-136}
}
  • R. Perla, J. Carifio
  • Published 2007
  • Sociology
  • Interchange
  • Princeton University Press recently published the American moral philosopher Harry Frankfurt’s book On Bullshit, which quickly made the New York Times best seller list. Originally published in the journal Raritan in 1986, Frankfurt’s book has been heralded as an important theoretical development in the study of what he (and society) colloquially refer to as “bullshit.” Frankfurt formally defines BS as a situation where ones inclination and obligation to speak about a topic or concept far… CONTINUE READING
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