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The Pragmatists and the Human Logic of Truth

Claudine Tiercelin


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CCWJ = R. A. Putnam (ed.), 1997, The Cambridge Companion to William James.

James, ERE = James, 1912, Essays in Radical Empiricism.

James, MT = James, 1909/1975, The Meaning of Truth.

James, P = James, 1907/1975, Pragmatism.

James, PP = James, 1981, The Principles of Psychology.

James, PU = James, 1977, A Pluralistic Universe.

James, WB = James, 1979, The Will to Believe.

Peirce, CP = Peirce, 1931-1958, The Complete Papers of C.S. Peirce.

Peirce, NEM = Peirce, 1976, The New Elements of Mathematics.

Peirce, RLT = Peirce, 1992, Reasoning and the Logic of Things.

Peirce, W = Peirce, 1982-2009, Writings of C.S. Peirce.

Putnam, CCWJ = Putnam, 1997, “James’s Theory of Truth” (in CCWJ).

Putnam, CFVD = Putnam, 2002, The Collapse of the Fact-Value Dichotomy and Other Essays.

Putnam, DL = Putnam, 1994b, “The Dewey Lectures”.

Putnam, EWO = Putnam, 2004, Ethics without Ontology.

Putnam, MFR = Putnam, 1987, The Many Faces of Realism.

Putnam, POQ = Putnam, 1995, Pragmatism, an Open Question.

Putnam, PP2 = Putnam, 1975, Mind, Language and Reality, Philosophical Papers, vol. 2.

Putnam, PP3 = Putnam, 1983, Realism and Reason, Philosophical Papers, vol. 3.

Putnam, PPNR = Putnam, 1992b, Définitions. Pourquoi ne peut-on pas naturaliser la raison ?

Putnam, RHF = Putnam, 1990, Realism with a Human Face.

Putnam, Rph = Putnam, 1992b, Renewing Philosophy.

Putnam, RR = Putnam, 1988, Representation and Reality.

Putnam, RTH = Putnam, 1981, Reason, Truth and History.

Putnam, TTC = Putnam, 2000, The Threefold Cord.

Putnam, WL = Putnam, 1994a, Words and Life.

Ramsey, OT = Ramsey, 1991, On Truth.

Ramsey, PP = Ramsey, 1990, Philosophical Papers.

RP = Clark & Hale, 1994, Reading Putnam.

Rorty, CIS = Rorty, 1989, Contingence, Irony and Solidarity.

Rorty, CP = Rorty, 1982, Consequences of Pragmatism.

Rorty, EHO = Rorty, 1991a, Essays on Heidegger and Others.

Rorty, ORT = Rorty, 1991b, Objectivity, Relativism, and Truth.

Rorty, PDP = Richard Rorty, 1988, “The Priority of Democracy to Philosophy.”

Rorty, PDT = Richard Rorty, 1986, “Pragmatism, Davidson, and Truth.”

Rorty, PMN = Rorty, 1979, Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature.

Rorty, SS = Rorty, 1987, Science as Solidarity.

Wittgenstein, UG = Ludwig Wittgenstein, 1969, Über Gewissheit/On Certainty.

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—— The Meaning of Truth (1909), vol. 2, 1975 [James, MT];

—— Essays in Radical Empiricism (1912), vol. 3, 1976;

—— A Pluralistic Universe, vol. 4, 1977 [James, PU];

—— The Will to Believe, vol. 6, 1979 [James, WB];

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