Alligator couple Mr. and Mrs. Green attempt to go camping, but Mr. Green begins to get anxious in this humorous early reader from acclaimed author-illustrator Keith Baker. This Level 2 Green Light Reader includes full-color illustrations with lots of picture clues. This treasured selection from Meet Mr. and Mrs. Green is now a stand-alone Green Light Reader. Level 2 readers will enjoy hiking along with the Greens as they follow picture clues and a round about trail to a camp-out spot in their own backyard! AGES: 6 to 9 AUTHOR: Keith Baker is the author-illustrator of many beloved picture books, including Little Green, Hide and Snake, and Quack and Count. He lives in Seattle, Washington. Colour throughout
In Common Grounds without Foundations, David Kratz Mathies offers an alternative, fallibilist model of moral reasoning rooted in the American Pragmatic tradition. Additional resources drawn from Chinese philosophy, Jain epistemology, modern philosophy of mathematics, and the Gadamerian hermeneutical tradition serve both to corroborate the argumentation and to provide examples of continuities in reasoning that cross the boundaries of disparate traditions. Ironically, the very success of arguments for the tradition-dependent nature of rationality belies their conclusions-even religious claims make their appeal with some level of public reason-and a nonfoundationalist theory of knowledge more accurately reflects both our scientific progress and our projects of everyday enquiry. Ultimately, an analysis of our best epistemic practices provides us with prima facie biases in favor of both diversity and free speech (without the need to appeal to any tradition-dependent axioms like inherent worth, human dignity, or the possession of a soul)-to be concretized in institutions like human rights and democracy.
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