Pragmatism, Volume 3
Russell B. Goodman
Taylor & Francis, 2005 - Pragmatism - 304 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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The pragmatic acquiescence
Introduction to Moral man and immoral society
A reconsideration of Deweyan democracy
Pragmatism and liberalism between Dewey and Rorty
Truth inquiry and experience
cultural criticism and political
William Jamess ideas
My pedagogic creed
The path of the law
What is law and why ask?
Holmes and legal pragmatism
the jurisprudence of Richard Posner
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