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practicable

adj. when something can be done or performed.

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Pragmatism was taken to be a philosophy because it was the only homegrown intellectual structure in America at the time, transcendentalism having had its hour.
So where does all of this realism and pragmatism get us?
In the first place, pragmatism's redefinition of truth poses a challenge to what could be broadly described as the hermeneutic bias of most received versions of the modernist project, the assumption that what united the collective enterprise of artists and thinkers was a commitment to dis-covery, of penetrating the surface of threadbare custom or unexamined convention to a deeper reality which only the sufficiently strenuous and radical investigator of the new age was capable of bearing.
It is probably impossible to teach ethics to children if they grow up in a Conservative/US Republican society, that there never was a superior class of persons, but principles are a superior form of human thought, high above present pragmatism.
While acknowledging the pragmatism, self-interest, and unethical aspects of Russia's foreign policy, Dr.
Isn't pragmatism, after all, inherently anti-theoretical (2)--and doesn't that mean that both my title, and my project, must be misconceived?
Ford's political life in Ambition, Pragmatism, and Party: A Political Biography of Gerald R.
Keywords: Mixed method approach, pragmatism, Laughlin matrix.
No se trata de una nueva reflexion historica sobre el pragmatismo y su reciente resurgimiento,--como quiza cabria esperar--, sino que propiamente consiste en una relectura personal del libro de William James Pragmatism. A New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking (Longmans, Green, New York, NY, 1907).
In "Knowledge, Foundations, and Discourse: Philosophical Support for Service-Learning," Goodwin Liu (1995) proposes that we ground the pedagogy of service-learning in the epistemology of pragmatism. His article is largely theoretical, however, developing pragmatism as an alternative to the traditional representational model of epistemology and only briefly exploring the implications for community service learning.
Seth Vannatta's Conservatism and Pragmatism is a partial corrective to this neglect.
He also comes with the pragmatism, however, of being a proven winner, with a number of trophies, and a coach who has the potential to yield instant results.