Pragmatism: An Open Question

Epistemology Philosophy

Author: Hilary Putnam

In this book, a philosopher who has been at the centre of contemporary debates about the nature of the mind and of its access to the world, about language and its relation to reality, and many other metaphysical and epistemological issues turns to pragmatism – and confronts the teaching of James, Peirce, Dewey and Wittgenstein, not solely out of an interest in theoretical….Read More

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