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" TT, the ratio of the circumference to its diameter, is predetermined ideally now, tho no one may have computed it. If we should ever need the figure in our dealings with an actual circle we should need to have it given rightly, calculated by the usual... "
Pragmatism, a New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking: Popular Lectures on ... - Page 211
by William James - 1907 - 308 pages
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The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods

Philosophy - 1907
...debts as rigorously as to our assets. The hundredth decimal of ?r is predetermined ideally now, though no one may have computed it. If we should ever need...frustration. So far, intellectualists can raise no protest. They can only say that we have barely touched the skin of the matter. Realities mean, then, either...
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Pragmatism: A New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking : Popular Lectures on ...

William James - Pragmatism - 1907 - 308 pages
...same kind of truth that those rules elsewhere calculate. Between the coercions of the sensible order i and those of the ideal order, our mind is thus wedged...that we have barely touched the skin of the matter. Realities mean, then, either concrete facts, or abstract kinds of thing, and relations per— - —i...
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Pragmatism, a New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking: Popular Lectures on ...

William James - Pragmatism - 1907 - 308 pages
...kind of truth that those rules elsewhere calculate. Between the coercions of the sensiblejyrdejand those of the ideal order, our mind is thus wedged...frustration. So far, intellectualists can raise no protest. They can only say that we have barely touched the skin of the matter. Realities mean, then, either...
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The Concept of Control

Savilla Alice Elkus - Control (Psychology) - 1907 - 40 pages
...realities follow in his experience : they will lead him nowhere or else make false connections." " Between the coercions of the sensible order and those...the ideal order, our mind is thus wedged tightly." " Any idea that helps us to deal with either the reality or its belongings, that doesn't entangle our...
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Archives of Philosophy, Issues 1-14

Philosophy - 1907
...which realities follow in his experience: they will lead him nowhere or else make false connections." " Between the coercions of the sensible order and those...the ideal order, our mind is thus wedged tightly." " Any idea that helps us to deal with either the reality or its belongings, that doesn't entangle our...
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The Philosophical Review, Volume 17

Jacob Gould Schurman, James Edwin Creighton, Frank Thilly, Gustavus Watts Cunningham - Philosophy - 1908
...connexions."1 And again : " This need of an eternal moral order is one of the deepest needs of our breast." 2 " Between the coercions of the sensible order and those...penalty of endless inconsistency and frustration." 1 These statements certainly concede the presence of determining factors in our thinking other than...
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Princeton Theological Review, Volume 6

Theology - 1908
...(1) the realm of facts and (2) the realm of principles. "Wedged tightly" (as we are told the mind is) "between the coercions of the sensible order and those of the ideal order" (p. 211), between given facts and necessary principles, Pragmatism has tried to show that neither of...
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Anti Pragmatism: An Examination Into the Respective Rights of Intellectual ...

Albert Schinz - Pragmatism - 1909 - 317 pages
...realities " in which the principles of the expedient and the inexpedient cannot be applied. Worse still, " our ideas must agree with realities, be such realities...abstract, be they facts or be they principles, under the penalty of endless inconsistency and frustration." (Pragmatism, p. 211.) Pitiable avowal of the...
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Theories of knowledge: absolutism, pragmatism, realism

Leslie Joseph Walker - Knowledge, Theory of - 1910 - 696 pages
...fact, that " they coerce us ; we must treat them consistently whether or not we like the results." " Our ideas must agree with realities, be such realities...penalty of endless inconsistency and frustration." The only difficulty is in regard to the application of abstract propositions. The abstract truths themselves...
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Studies in Language and Literature in Celebration of the Seventieth Birthday ...

Clark Sutherland Northup, Martin Wright Sampson, William Strunk, Frank Thilly - English literature - 1910 - 520 pages
...sense experience. They coerce us, we must treat them consistently, whether or not we like the results. Our ideas must agree with realities, be such realities concrete or abstract. Here we come pretty close to the a priori categories of the rationalists, and our suspicions are increased...
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