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Pragmatism and the Sciences: Retrospect and Prospect

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The overall purpose of the panel is to reconsider the relationship between the tradition of classical American philosophy and the sciences, in the light of (1) a renewed appreciation of Dewey’s neglected contributions to the philosophy of science, (2) the formative influence of the sciences—especially the Darwinian revolution in biology—on the early history of classical American philosophy, and (3) contemporary developments in the biological sciences to which the American pragmatist tradition has the potential to make a significant contribution.

Author(s):

Donald Dryden    
Duke University
United States

Matthew Brown    
University of Texas at Dallas
United States

Charles Carlson    
Sam Houston State University
United States

 

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