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Introduction

Frega, Roberto et al. (12 janv. 2017)

In this Issue of the European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy we publish for the first time the text of the Lectures in Social and Political Philosophy that John Dewey delivered in China in 1919. Dewey’s manuscript was considered lost and the only existing publication of the Lectures ...

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Historical and Philosophical Stances

Marshall, David L. (8 mars 2017)

This article explores the intellectual life of Max Harold Fisch, the twentieth-century American scholar of Giambattista Vico and Charles S. Peirce. Fisch was a thinker with fundamental commitments to both history and philosophy. The claim here is that his life exemplifies a constitutive tension in ...

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From a Pragmatist’s Point of View

Rigney, Ernest G. et al. (30 oct. 2016)

In 1914, on the eve of the Great War, the eminent scholar and polymath, Theodore Merz, published what would be the final volume of his magisterial history of nineteenth-century European thought. A belated review of this volume appeared in the April 1918 issue of the American Historical Review. This ...

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The Historicity of Peirce’s Classification of the Sciences

Ambrosio, Chiara (8 mars 2017)

The classification of the sciences is one of the most discussed and analysed aspects of Peirce’s corpus of work. I propose that Peirce’s attempt at systematising the sciences is characterised by a distinctive historicity, which I construe in two complementary senses. First, I investigate Peirce ...

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Educational Occupations and Classroom Technology

Hickman, Larry A. (28 janv. 2017)

Despite the fact that John Dewey had a great deal to say about education and technology, many of his insights have yet to be understood or appropriated. A close reading of Democracy and Education offers support for the view that Dewey was prescient in proposing a pedagogy that was friendly to ...

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Neopragmatism Viewed by Pragmaticism

Ibri, Ivo Assad (24 févr. 2017)

There are significant differences between the neopragmatism as formulated by Rorty, based on James’ and Dewey’s pragmatism, and what Peirce, in order to distinguish his own approach from the last two thinkers, called pragmaticism. I take in this paper the concept of solidarity as a focus, from ...

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History and Social Progress

Huebner, Daniel R. (8 mars 2017)

Although not known as a philosopher of history, George Herbert Mead wrote and taught seriously about the nature of the past and about historical investigation throughout his career. The paper identifies the major documentary sources and interpretive literature with which to reconstruct Mead’s ...

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Narrowing Down Education

D’Agnese, Vasco (28 janv. 2017)

At least since the Lisbon Memorandum on Lifelong Learning, European education has been increasingly framed in terms of a neoliberal rallying cry. Such a gesture has widely affected education and schooling in Europe and has pushed educational institutions and processes towards a significant ...

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Massimo A. Bonfantini, Rossella Fabbrichesi, Salvatore Zingale (a cura di), Su Peir

Cristalli, Claudia (8 mars 2017)

Charles Sanders Peirce (1839-1914) is known today as the first American philosopher, and as the ‘founder of pragmatism.’ Indeed, Peirce was both and much more. In a partial list of roles he played during his life, Peirce graduated as a chemist, published as an astronomer, worked in geodesy, ...

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Nietzsche, Dewey, and the Artistic Creation of Truth

Garrison, Jim (30 oct. 2016)

My paper focuses on the following famous passage from Friedrich Nietzsche’s “Truth and Lying in a Non-Moral Sense”: “What, then, is truth? A mobile army of metaphors, metonyms, and anthropomorphisms” (OTL 1). I will show that John Dewey entirely agrees with this statement. Dewey and ...

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