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A Companion to Pragmatism

edited by John R. Shook, Joseph Margolis
Format
Book
Published
Oxford : Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.
Edition
Pbk. ed
Language
English
Series
Blackwell Companions to Philosophy
ISBN
9781405188333, 1405188332
Summary
A Companion to Pragmatism provides a comprehensive and current overview of one of the most vibrant and exciting fields of philosophy today. This volume of 38 predominantly new essays demonstrates understanding of the classical figures and their philosophies, while also displaying pragmatism as a living force in philosophy, producing original thought indebted to the founders.
Contents
  • Introduction: pragmatism, retrospective, and prospective / Joseph Margolis
  • Part I. Major figures. 1. Charles Sanders Peirce / Vincent M. Colapietro
  • 2. William James / Ellen Kappy Suckiel
  • 3. F. C. S. Schiller and European pragmatism / John R. Shook
  • 4. John Dewey / Philip W. Jackson
  • 5. George Herbert Mead / Gary A. Cook
  • 6. Jane Addams / Marilyn Fischer
  • 7. Alain L. Locke / Leonard Harris
  • 8. C. I. Lewis / Murray G. Murphey
  • 9. W. V. Quine / Roger F. Gibson, Jr.
  • 10. Hilary Putnam / Harvey J. Cormier
  • 11. Jürgen Habermas / Joseph M. Heath
  • 12. Richard Rorty / Kai Nielsen
  • Part II. Transforming philosophy. 13. Not cynicism, but synechism: lessons from classical pragmatism / Susan Haack
  • 14. Peirce and Cartesian rationalism / Douglas R. Anderson
  • 15. James, empiricism, and absolute idealism / Timothy L. S. Sprigge
  • 16. Hegel and realism / Kenneth R. Westphal
  • 17. Dewey, dualism, and naturalism / Thomas M. Alexander
  • 18. Expressivism and Mead's social self / Mitchell Aboulafia
  • 19. Marxism and critical theory / Paulo Ghiraldelli, Jr.
  • 20. Philosophical hermeneutics / David Vessey
  • 21. Language, mind, and naturalism in analytic philosophy / Bjørn T. Ramberg
  • 22. Feminism / Shannon W. Sullivan
  • 23. Pluralism, relativism, and historicism / Joseph Margolis
  • 24. Experience as freedom / John J. McDermott
  • Part III. Culture and nature. 25. Pragmatism as anti-authoritarianism / Richard Rorty
  • 26. Intelligence and ethics / Hilary Putnam
  • 27. Democracy and value inquiry / Ruth Anna Putnam
  • 28. Liberal democracy / Robert B. Westbrook
  • 29. Pluralism and deliberative democracy: a pragmatist approach / Judith M. Green
  • 30. Philosophy as education / Jim Garrison
  • 31. Creativity and society / Hans Joas and Erkki Kilpinen
  • 32. Religious empiricism and naturalism / Nancy K. Frankenberry
  • 33. Aesthetics / Richard Shusterman
  • 34. Aesthetic experience and the neurobiology of inquiry / Jay Schulkin
  • 35. Cognitive science / Mark Johnson
  • 36. Inquiry, deliberation, and method / Isaac Levi
  • 37. Pragmatic idealism and metaphysical realism / Nicholas Rescher
  • Scientific realism, anti-realism, and empiricism / Cheryl J. Misak.
Description
xii, 431 pages ; 25 cm.
Notes
  • Originally published: Oxford: Blackwell, 2005.
  • Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Series Statement
Blackwell companions to philosophy ; 32
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