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List of contributors page xi


Preface xiii
Introduction: the pragmatist orientation 1
alan malachowski

I Classic pragmatism
1 ‘The principle of Peirce’ and the origins of
pragmatism 17
christopher hookway
2 James’s holism: the human continuum 36
alan malachowski
3 Dewey’s pragmatism: instrumentalism
and meliorism 55
david hildebrand

II Pragmatism revived
4 W. V. O. Quine: pragmatism within the limits
of empiricism alone 83
isaac nevo
5 Hegel and pragmatism 105
richard bernstein
6 Heidegger’s pragmatism redux 124
mark okrent

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7 Practising pragmatist–Wittgensteinianism 159


phil hutchinson and rupert read
8 Putnam, pragmatism and the fate of metaphysics 189
david macarthur
9 Imagination over truth: Rorty’s contribution to
pragmatism 207
alan malachowski

III Pragmatism at work


10 Pragmatism and feminism 231
marjorie c. miller
11 Education and the pragmatic temperament 249
carol nicholson
12 Dewey’s pragmatic aesthetics: the contours of
experience 272
garry l. hagberg
13 Pragmatism and religion 300
anton a. van niekerk
14 Radical pragmatism 324
michael sullivan and daniel j. solove

Bibliography 345
Index 367

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