This outstanding collection of essays establishes Richard McKeon as perhaps the most important philosopher of his generation and the thinker most fitted to ours. It is the most articulate and intelligent statement of true philosophical pluralism to date.
--Thomas Conley, University of Illinois
Richard McKeon was one of the most profound and brilliant philosophers of the twentieth century. Pluralism in Theory and Practice offers valuable clarifications and appreciations of the work of this unduly neglected but major thinker.
--Alan Gewirth, University of Chicago
About the Author
Eugene Garver is Regents Professor of Philosophy at St. John's University and author of Aristotle's Rhetoric: An Art of Character (1994).
Richard Buchanan is professor of design and head of the School of Design at Carnegie Mellon University and is author of Discovering Design: Explorations in Design Studies (1995).