The Hedgehog Review

The Hedgehog Review

Pragmatism: What’s the Use?

The Hedgehog ReviewVol. 3, No. 3 (Fall 2001)


What’s the Use?

Catherine Z. Elgin

Reclaiming Truth Talk: Between the Absolute and the Arbitrary

Linda Martín Alcoff

Values versus Norms: A Pragmatist Account of Moral Objectivity

Hans Joas

Life without Spirituality, Philosophy without Transcendence

John J. Stuhr

Coping and Conversing: The Limits and Promise of Pragmatism

Merold Westphal

Two Cheers for Pragmatism

Richard V. Horner

An Interview with Giles Gunn

African American Pragmatism: A Review Essay

J. Kameron Carter

A Short Annotated Bibliography on Pragmatism

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