Pragmatism: A bridge between Anglo-American and Contintental Philosophy

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In this paper, I will restrict myself to interpreting certain features of Margolis' rich \nargument. I will discuss only those features that have a direct bearing on his thesis \nthat pragmatism wins the three-sided contest between Anglo-American Philosophy, \ncontinental philosophy and pragmatism and, as such, can serve as a bridge to span \nthe divide between Anglo-American and continental philosophy. Two mottoes \nMargolis utilizes serve as the vantage point of my discussion, viz. 'natural but not \nnaturalizable' and 'realism by no more than human means'.
Original languageEnglish
JournalArs disputandi
Publication statusPublished - 28 Mar 2003


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