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Dale DeBakcsy recalls his personal journey from Positivist to Pragmatist and back again.
[Issue 106 :: February/March 2015 :: How To Think]
Alistair MacFarlane holds up a mirror to the life of the famous Pragmatist.
[Issue 100 :: January/February 2014 :: Brief Lives]
Gideon Calder reports after the death of the infamous pragmatist.
[Issue 62 :: July/August 2007 :: Obituary]
Roger Caldwell revisits reality (and postmodernism, too!).
[Issue 50 :: March/April 2005 :: Articles]
Carol Nicholson considers the arguments for patriotism offered by conservative and liberal thinkers, and concludes that they don’t work.
[Issue 47 :: August/September 2004 :: Articles]
Michael Philips on truth and the Correspondence Theory.
[Issue 37 :: August/September 2002 :: Articles]
Is truth about the way the world is, or is it about what is convenient for society? Les Reid takes a look at a modern pragmatist and asks: Who’s Afraid of Richard Rorty?
[Issue 30 :: December 2000 / January 2001 :: Books]
by Gideon Calder
[Issue 29 :: October/November 2000 :: The Library of Living Philosophers]
Solidarity in the Conversation of Humankind: The Ungroundable Liberalism of Richard Rorty by Norman Geras
Mike Fuller discusses the liberalism of Richard Rorty.
[Issue 20 :: Spring 1998 :: Books]
Our last issue contained two articles on the philosophy of science: an analysis of the works of Khun and a review of Feyerabend’s Against Method. Mike Fuller continues their debate about science, philosophy, & truth.
[Issue 15 :: Spring/Summer 1996 :: Articles]