Pragmatism: Critical Concepts in Philosophy, Volume 2

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Russell B. Goodman
Taylor & Francis, 2005 - Pragmatism - 382 pages
Presents key texts in and about pragmatism, from its origins in nineteenth century America to its contemporary revival as an international and multi-disciplinary phenomenon.
 

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Contents

Address at the centenary of Ralph Waldo Emerson
35
Die Idee der Demokratie
48
From absolutism to experimentalism
64
A phenomenology or pragmatism?
89
Varieties of pragmatic experience
113
The pragmatic element in knowledge
141
Logical positivism and pragmatism
157
The logic of truth
176
Peirces second system The logic of relatives
203
La dérobade du sens première figure du vague
235
The pragmatism essays 1905 and after
265
Pragmatism
285
Peirces formulations
313
The test of truth
333
Is truth a goal of inquiry? Donald Davidson versus
358
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The pragmatists place in empiricism
190

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