I think he was trying to convey that he doesn't exactly disagree with
anything Pirsig said, but rather it doesn't reach him like other things do.
I have a feeling that a lot of the sentiments in ZMM were agreeable to
Rorty. I definitely have a feeling Pirsig did make some sort of impression
on him because in an autobiographical 1992 essay ("Trotsky and the Wild
Orchids") he refered to ZMM (in relation to Richard McKeon).
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