Reading Peirce Reading

Reading Peirce Reading

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The founder of American pragmatism, C.S. Peirce, lived as an eccentric, but thought as a dedicated communitarian. In Reading Peirce Reading, Richard Smyth demonstrates that Peirce's early essays presuppose a very distinctive perspective on the history of philosophy. One important mark of a major philosopher, Smyth argues, is that the philosopher causes us to read the history of thought in new ways. Smyth shows not only that Peirce passes that test, but that Peirce's philosophical practice actually did conform to his communal ideal for inquiry. Students and scholars interested in the history of philosophy and pragmatism will want to read this book.Essaya#39;s. Immediate. Object. and. Purpose. How does Peircea#39;s essay appear to represent its own subject matter and purpose? And to begin with, what deductions can we make from the words and context of the text about what the articlea#39;sanbsp;...

Title:Reading Peirce Reading
Author: Richard A. Smyth
Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield - 1997-01-01

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