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1. Introduction: The Origins of Pragmatism 2. Pragmatism and Epistemology 3. Pragmatism and Truth 4. Pragmatism and Metaphysics 5. Pragmatism and Ethics 6. Pragmatism and Politics 7. Pragmatism and Environmental Ethics

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A student's guide to the historical context, key thinkers and central themes of pragmatism, a concept central to American philosophy.

About the Author

Robert B. Talisse is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt University, USA. His previous publications include Democracy After Liberalism (Routledge, 2005) and A Pragmatist Philosophy of Democracy (Routledge, 2007). Scott Aikin is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt University, USA.


"A strong series of guides, aimed at the student market looking for more than just a basic introduction and overview on the subjects addressed. Each one is well written and contains enough information to get a student well-versed in the subjects at hand and form a strong basis for further study." - Publishing News, 2008
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"...this well-written, thought-provoking book may be recommended to anyone interested in pragmatism, especially students and general readers who may not yet be thoroughly acquainted with this philosophical tradition" - Sami Pihlstroem, Human Affairs

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