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Martin Savransky is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London. He works at the intersections of philosophy, postcolonial studies & political ecology. Thiago Pinho talks with him about Pragmatism and the politics of the pluriverse.
[Issue 144 :: June/July 2021 :: Interview]
Piers Benn remembers his friend and colleague.
[Issue 137 :: April/May 2020 :: Obituary]
Dale DeBakcsy recalls his personal journey from Positivist to Pragmatist and back again.
[Issue 106 :: February/March 2015 :: How To Think]
Alistair MacFarlane takes a pragmatic look at the life of an American genius.
[Issue 105 :: November/December 2014 :: Brief Lives]
Hans Lenk and Ulrich Arnswald use John Dewey’s distinction between public and private life to consider some implications of information technology.
[Issue 103 :: July/August 2014 :: Articles]
Michael Brady finds John Dewey’s lost book compelling.
[Issue 102 :: May/June 2014 :: Books]
Tibor Machan argues that pragmatism cannot work in practice.
[Issue 95 :: March/April 2013 :: Articles]
Was he the greatest American philosopher? Alistair MacFarlane studies the signs.
[Issue 92 :: September/October 2012 :: Brief Lives]
William Bluhm & Robert Heineman show how to do ethics without foundations.
[Issue 87 :: November/December 2011 :: Articles]
Kurt Keefner argues that Americans have had enough of Dick Meyer’s Pragmatic medicine.
[Issue 71 :: January/February 2009 :: Books]