other words for pragmatism
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Her pragmatism was a draw for me, Mihlali knew that, but I could also tell she was as enthusiastic about it as I was.
Instead, pragmatism and strategic interests guide these initiatives.
In one respect these particular lectures (afterwards published as his book on Pragmatism) stand alone in my recollection.
This is the principle of Peirce, the principle of pragmatism.
Yet pragmatism must respect this way, for it has massive historic vindication.
You see that pragmatism can be called religious, if you allow that religion can be pluralistic or merely melioristic in type.
In pragmatism we met a new principle, the proposal to regard truth as a value.
Though he does not mention the word "pragmatism," his standards are purely pragmatist.
Pragmatism saves us at any rate from such diseased abstractionism as those pages show.
What was the effort of pragmatism but an effort to restore faith in the human finality of the universe?