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Volume 36 Issue 3 (April 2005), Pages 259-411

ON CLASSICAL AND NEO‐ANALYTIC FORMS OF PRAGMATISM (pages 259-271)

Abstract: Pragmatism as it originally arose in America has always been pluralist, always willing to find space for those who understood it in other ways. But in the emergence of neo‐analytic pragmatism it is possible that the term has been stretched beyond its limits in a way that does more harm than good in veiling if not actually obscuring central tenets that are well worth preserving. The aim of this article is to describe some aspects of this phenomenon and to draw some tentative conclusions.

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