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'.
|Publication status||Published - 28 Mar 2003|