All the essays in this volume were written expressly to honor the work—the teaching and the writing—of Richard Morris Zaner. Like the best teachers, Zaner has encouraged, even provoked, people to think for themselves precisely while he outfitted them with basic conceptual tools for engaging in that thinking. In his writing he has opened up original pathways for approaching both perennial and novel subject areas in philosophy. The contributions to this book reflect in quite creative ways the manifold forms in which Zaner has affected the thought and, indeed, the lives of the authors.
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