Philosophical theories: Syncretism, Posthumanism, Absolutism, Anthropocentrism, Extropianism, Pragmaticism, Obscurantism, Holism, Byzantinism

 
9781156790700: Philosophical theories: Syncretism, Posthumanism, Absolutism, Anthropocentrism, Extropianism, Pragmaticism, Obscurantism, Holism, Byzantinism
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 46. Chapters: Syncretism, Posthumanism, Absolutism, Anthropocentrism, Extropianism, Pragmaticism, Obscurantism, Holism, Byzantinism, Ethical intuitionism, Optimism, Neo-Scholasticism, Exceptionalism, List of philosophies, Intellectualism, Kantianism, Mitakuye Oyasin, Bagism, Philistinism, Neo-medievalism, Perspectivism, Human exceptionalism, Philosophy of life, Part-whole theory, List of schools of philosophy, Philosophical theory, Wonderism, Exclusivism, Chronocentrism, Postanalytic philosophy, Emergent evolution, Animalism, Reflectivism, Omniism, Reconstructivism, Ironism, Agathism, Chemism, Definitionism, Neo-Aristotelianism, Received view. Excerpt: Pragmaticism is a term used by Charles Sanders Peirce for his pragmatic philosophy starting in 1905, in order to distance himself and it from pragmatism, the original name, which had been used in a manner he did not approve of in the "literary journals". Peirce in 1905 announced his coinage "pragmaticism", saying that it was "ugly enough to be safe from kidnappers" (Collected Papers (CP) 5.414). Today, outside of philosophy, "pragmatism" is often taken to refer to a compromise of aims or principles, even a ruthless search for mercenary advantage. Peirce gave other or more specific reasons for the distinction in a surviving draft letter that year and in later writings. Peirce's pragmatism, that is, pragmaticism, differed in Peirce's view from other pragmatisms by its commitments to the spirit of strict logic, the immutability of truth, the reality of infinity, and the difference between (1) actively willing to control thought, to doubt, to weigh reasons, and (2) willing not to exert the will, willing to believe. In his view his pragmatism is, strictly speaking, not itself a whole philosophy, but instead a general method for the clarification of ideas. He first publicly formulated hi...

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