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Strife of systems and productive duality: an essay in philosophy - Page 276
by Wilmon Henry Sheldon - 1918 - 534 pages
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The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods, Volume 13

Philosophy - 1916
..."The Issues of Pragmaticism." quence, in our future practical experience, whether active or passive ; the point lying rather in the fact that the experience...particular, than in the fact that it must be active." (Italics mine.) Now the curious fact is that Peirce puts more emphasis upon practise (or conduct) and...
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University Chronicle, Volume 1

History - 1898
...down to some particular consequence, in our future practical experience, whether active or passive; the point lying rather in the fact that the experience...particular, than in the fact that it must be active. To take in the importance of this principle, one must get accustomed to applying it to concrete cases....
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The Philosophical Review, Volume 17

Jacob Gould Schurman, James Edwin Creighton, Frank Thilly, Gustavus Watts Cunningham - Philosophy - 1908
...consequence in our future practical experience, whether passive or active," I expressly added these qualifying words : " the point lying rather in the...'active' meaning here ' practical ' in the narrow literal sense.1 But particular consequences can perfectly well be of a theoretic nature. Every remote fact...
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What is pragmatism?

James Bissett Pratt - Philosophy - 1909 - 256 pages
...down to some particular consequence in our future practical experience, whether active or passive; the point lying rather in the fact that the experience...particular than in the fact that it must be active." J This interpretation of the term practical as meaning concrete and particular rather than as referring...
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Theories of knowledge: absolutism, pragmatism, realism

Leslie Joseph Walker - Knowledge, Theory of - 1910 - 696 pages
...208. 2 Ibid., p. 202. 3 Ibid., p. 204. 4 Ibid., p. 205. 5 Ibid., p. 222. point of the statement lies " rather in the fact that the experience must be particular...meaning here ' practical ' in the narrow literal sense. Particular consequences may be of a theoretical nature."1 Hence the ' cash-value ' of truth in experiential...
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The Philosophical Review, Volume 20

Jacob Gould Schurman, James Edwin Creighton, Frank Thilly, Gustavus Watts Cunningham - Philosophy - 1911
...to some particular consequence in our future practical experience, whether passive or active . . . the point lying rather in the fact that the experience...must be particular than in the fact that it must be active."2 Similarly, "the whole originality of pragmatism, the whole point in it, is its use of the...
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WAS wichtiges, Volume 9

1911
...to some particular consequence in our future practical experience, whether passive or active . . . the point lying rather in the fact that the experience...must be particular than in the fact that it must be active."1 Similarly, "the whole originality of pragmatism, the whole point in it, is its use of the...
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Present Philosophical Tendencies: A Critical Survey of Naturalism ..., Page 464

Ralph Barton Perry - Philosophy, Modern - 1912 - 383 pages
...to some particular consequence in our future practical experience, whether passive or active . . . the point lying rather in the fact that the experience must be particular 1 Cf. op. cit., pp. 192 ff. than in the fact that it must be active."' Similarly, " the whole originality...
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Collected Essays and Reviews

William James - Philosophy - 1920 - 516 pages
...some particular consequence, in our future practical experience, whether active or passive; the poimt lying rather in the fact that the experience must...particular, than in the fact that it must be active. To take in the importance of this principle, one must get accustomed to applying it to concrete cases....
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Popular Science Monthly and World's Advance, Volume 75

Technology - 1909
...so far as that conception has positive significance at all. He goes on to say : active or passive; the point lying rather in the fact that the experience...particular, than in the fact that it must be active. All this seems to be perfectly plain and simple, but, in view of the misunderstandings that are still...
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