Pragmatism as a way of life - the lasting legacy of William James and John Dewey


How much do I want to read more? 5/10

That sounds boring. Difficult to read. After pages and pages, one question emerge: what is it all about and what is it for?


1 - Taking Pragmatism Seriously

Dewey wrote, in the introduction to Reconstruction in Philosophy, “Philosophy will recover itself when it ceases to deal with the problems of philosophers and addresses the problems of men,”
a philosophy that will enable us to deal more effectively with the great problems that confront humanity.