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AMERICAN DIVIDE: THE MAKING OF “CONTINENTAL” PHILOSOPHY – CORRIGENDUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  24 May 2019

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Abstract

Type
Corrigendum
Copyright
Copyright © Cambridge University Press 2019

The author of the above-mentioned article has identified 4 errors he wishes to correct. These are as follows:

On page 24, “€accounted” should read “accounted”.

On page 25, “With just over a quarter” should read “With just under a quarter”.

On page 26, “Of the forty-eight analytically inclined philosophers hired, thirty-seven (76.6 percent) had received their degrees from the leading American departments. Of these, fifteen, 29.8 percent, received their Ph.D. from Harvard.” should read “Of the forty-eight analytically inclined philosophers hired, thirty-nine (81.3 percent) had received their degrees from the leading American departments. Of these, fifteen (31.3 percent) received their Ph.D. from Harvard.”

On page 32, “Of these, only sixteen (8.4 percent) practiced Continental philosophy.” should read “Of these, only nineteen (10 percent) practiced Continental philosophy.”

References

STRASSFELD, JONATHAN. AMERICAN DIVIDE: THE MAKING OF “CONTINENTAL” PHILOSOPHY. Modern Intellectual History, available at doi:10.1017/S1479244318000513.Google Scholar