Posted: February 1st, 2017
Both William James and John Dewey spend a great deal of time examining knowledge, truth and belief. Yet some critics of pragmatism have argued that pragmatists do not really engage the most important issue involved in the theory of knowledge, namely, how our true ideas correspond to (or represent) facts that are independent of those ideas. Does this chargehave any merit?
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