Truth, then, for the Pragmatists is that which has "practical consequences."
But when I heard of the pragmatists I knew that I was no longer alone in the world.
A swarm of mystics and pragmatists has replaced the lonely giants of Ouida's era.
And the pragmatists answer, "Man said, let there be a God, and there was one."
In brief, an opinion has what the pragmatists love to call its "workings."
Bergson and the pragmatists had shaken him out of his intellectual rut.
The other writings of the pragmatists have all been too controversial and technical.
Don't you see that these pragmatists are putting the cart before the horse?
But are not all pragmatists sure that their own belief is right?
Why shouldn't we all of us, rationalists as well as pragmatists, confess this?