Neopragmatism and Theological Reason

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2007 M01 1 - 167 pages
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The author describes a particular epistemological profile for neopragmatism, if neopragmatism is to accurately reflect its classical forebear. That is, if neopragmatism is to carry forward and reconstruct those characteristics that make it so attractice to the present epistemological crisis.
 

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Contents

Part I
1
Neopragmatism in Crisis
3
Emerson Part I
15
Emerson Part II
25
Peirce
37
James
53
Dewey
69
Part II
83
Early Neopragmatism
85
Neokantianism and Neopragmatism
101
Literary Neopragmatism
115
Neopragmatism and the Return of Religion
129
Conclusion Neopragmatism and Theology
145
Index
161
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G. W. Kimura is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Alaska Humanities Forum, USA.

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