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Richard J. Bernstein and the pragmatist turn in contemporary philosophy : rekindling pragmatism's fire

Author: Judith M Green
Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.
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Once before, as it now is again, pragmatism was a transformative, world-wide intellectual movement that championed a new paradigm of how we should think and act in order to meet the challenges of the modern sciences, frame inclusive and democratic public policy, and teach ethical habits of inclusive, meaning-filled, growth-fostering daily living. During pragmatism's time of eclipse after World War II, Richard J.  Read more...
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Richard J. Bernstein and the pragmatist turn in contemporary philosophy
(DLC) 2013044376
(OCoLC)852225039
Named Person: Richard J Bernstein; Richard J Bernstein
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Judith M Green
ISBN: 9781137352705 1137352701 9781349469345 1349469343
OCLC Number: 885192085
Description: 1 online resource (x, 234 pages)
Contents: Contemporary engagements with the classical pragmatists. Hegel and the classical pragmatists : prolegomenon to a future discussion / Michael J. Baur ; The inferences that never were : Peirce, perception, and Bernstein's The pragmatic turn / Richard Kenneth Atkins ; Peirce's theory of truth and fallibilism / Hugh McDonad ; Bernstein's deployment of Jamesian democratic pluralism : the pragmatic turn and the future of philosophy / Judith M. Green ; The turn within the pragmatic turn : recovering Bernstein's democratic Dewey / Shane J. Ralston ; Dewey as a radical Democrat and a liberal Democarat : considerations on Bernstein on Dewey / Colin Koopman --
Pragmatist engagements with contemporary philosophy. Democratic community participation : Bernstein between Dewey and an achieved deeply Democratic future / David W. Woods ; Ideals after the "pragmatic turn" / S. Joshua Thomas ; Abstract objectivity : Richard J. Bernstein's critique of Hilary Putnam / Brendan Hogan and Lawrence Marcelle ; Pragmatism's constructive project / Philip Kitcher ; Truth, objectivity, and experience after the pragmatic turn : Bernstein on Habermas's "Kantian pragmatism" / Jeffrey Flynn ; Now what? Richard J. Bernstein and philosophy after Rorty / David E. McClean.
Responsibility: edited by Judith M. Green, Fordham University, USA.

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Richard J. Bernstein, who has played a leading role in "the pragmatist turn" in contemporary philosophy, replies to twelve younger critics in a lively conversation about pragmatism's past, present,  Read more...

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