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British Champions of Peirce

Hookway, Christopher (28 janv. 2017)

When the history of American philosophy in the nineteenth century can be written in great detail than hitherto, the important place of Charles S. Peirce as a pathfinder in every one of the many fields that his work touched will have to receive fuller recognition than has as yet been accorded to it ...

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Popular Science, Pragmatism, and Conceptual Clarity

Belas, Oliver (28 janv. 2017)

Introduction One of popular science’s primary functions is to make what would otherwise be inaccessible, specialist knowledge accessible to the lay reader. But popular science puts its imagined reader in something of a dilemma, for one does not have to look very far to find bitter argument among ...

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Reading Allan Marquand’s “On Scientific Method in the Study of Art”

O’Donnell, C. Oliver (8 mars 2017)

In this introduction I closely read Marquand’s arguments in “On Scientific Method in the Study of Art” both in relation to their sources and in relation to Marquand’s own subsequent scholarship. My thesis is that Charles Sanders Peirce’s writing is the most conspicuous and important ...

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The Reception of Peirce in the World

Atarashi, Shigeyuki et al. (28 janv. 2017)

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Linguistic Pragmatism and Cultural Naturalism: Noncognitive Experience, Culture, and the Human Eros

Alexander, Thomas M. (8 nov. 2015)

Contrary to some recent self-styled “linguistic pragmatists” who seek to dispense with the purportedly obsolete term “experience”. this essay attempts to show that pragmatism cannot cogently dispense with experience, understanding that term in its Deweyan sense as “culture” and not some ...

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“I Have To Confess I Cannot Read History So,”

Topa, Alessandro (8 mars 2017)

This study aims at a better understanding of Peirce’s conception of a philosophy of history. Peirce has a well defined place for historiography in his classification of the sciences, but what he has to say about history as a philosopher is not primarily referring to it as a form of historiographic ...

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Logical Theatrics, or Floes on Flows

Hall, Joshua M. (8 mars 2017)

This article investigates a philosopher and a poet who initially appear to occupy opposing ends of the traditional spectrum from prosaic conceptuality to poetic immanence. The philosopher is twentieth century United States philosopher Willard Van Orman Quine, one of the central figures in the most ...

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The Three Waves of Italian Reception of Peirce

Maddalena, Giovanni (28 janv. 2017)

Italy was one of the first places outside the US to manifest an interest in pragmatism. However, the reception of Peirce has been discontinuous and asymptotic at the same time. It grew over the time getting closer and closer to a complete acknowledgement of what Peirce had really written, but there ...

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José Medina, The Epistemology of Resistance

Frega, Roberto (24 févr. 2017)

The new book from José Medina offers an inspiring exploration of how the recent discussions of “epistemic ignorance” can be put to work to unveil and denounce new forms of oppression. José Medina accomplish this task by combining four different tradition: American pragmatism, Wittgenstein, ...

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Richard Rorty Contra Rorty and John Dewey

Margolis, Joseph (10 nov. 2015)

Dewey’s concept of “experience” has baffled many a reader. It is, however, assuredly the key to Dewey’s distinctive philosophical contribution. Notoriously, Rorty urges that Dewey would have been well-advised to abandon “experience: in favor of “discourse” (that is, the “linguistic ...

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