Definition of Pragmatistic
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Literary usage of Pragmatistic
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1. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1912)
"It is pragmatistic to look at everything from the point of view of action, ... It is pragmatistic to consider the world as wrapped in space, ..."
2. Pragmatism, a New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking: Popular Lectures on by William James (1921)
"... to awaken a presumption favorable to the pragmatistic view that all our theories are instrumental, are mental modes of adaptation to reality, ..."
3. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1909)
"Then he went over to psychology and wrote his most famous work, and finally he produced his pragmatistic papers and books. These facts can be interpreted ..."
4. Present Philosophical Tendencies: A Critical Survey of Naturalism, Idealism by Ralph Barton Perry (1912)
"... and especially of all forms of 'activism,' whether naturalistic, idealistic, or pragmatistic. The 'speculative dogma,' the assumption of an all-general, ..."
5. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"The imaginary conversations, held by Saint Augustine and the author, (De Contemptu Mundi,' ring true in tone, and doom pragmatistic sensuality to the ..."
6. Essays in Radical Empiricism by William James (1912)
"For it would be possible to hold the pragmatistic theory of 'meaning' and 'truth,'without basing it on any fundamental theory of relations, ..."
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