There is gold in Charles Taylor's new work on language—a pity it's so hard to find by Julian Baggini / March 24, 2016 / Leave a commentFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Published in April 2016 issue of Prospect MagazineIt is great to see that you are enjoying the Prospect website.You have now reached your allowance of 3 free articles in the last 30 days.Don’t worry—to get another 7 articles absolutely free, just enter your email address in the box below.You are in complete control of which 7 articles you choose to read. Register now to enjoy more of the finest writing on politics, economics, literature, the arts, philosophy and science.When you register, we’ll also send you our free e-book—The past in perspective—which considers how reflecting on the past can give great insight into the present AND we’ll send you our free weekly newsletter. (If you prefer not to receive the newsletter you can unsubscribe at any time). Email Prospect takes your privacy seriously. We promise never to rent or sell your e-mail address to any third party. You can unsubscribe from the Prospect e-mail newsletter at any time.