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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pragmatic_ethics

Pragmatic ethics is a theory of normative philosophical ethics. Ethical pragmatists , such as ... In Dewey's words, "all conduct is ... social. ... to be objective, but that is like suggesting that science fails to be objective. ... According to Tim Dean, current scientific evidence confirms that humans do ... Human Nature and Conduct.

pages.shanti.virginia.edu/jda3a/files/2009/11/Pragmatism-and-Bioethics-pdf.pdf

the intersection of ethics and medicine, American-style bioethics has been resolutely middlebrow .... 6 In addition to the present essay, see John D. Arras, “ Rorty's Pragmatism and Bioethics” ... istry, converge in a “judgment model” that tends to focus exclusively on ..... of ethics itself as an adaptive form of human behavior.

plato.stanford.edu/entries/dewey-aesthetics

Sep 29, 2006 ... Unfortunately, Rorty was not a close reader of Dewey's aesthetics. ... themes more familiar in Dewey, for example the continuity of aesthetics and ethics. ... ( Dictionary of Art and Artist 2011—see Other Internet Resources) .... Human is more complex than animal life: for humans there are more opportunities ...

www.hughlafollette.com/papers/pragmati.htm

Explains how a pragmatic ethic is a viable alternative to standard ethical theories. ... Although pragmatists may employ moral criteria, pragmatism is not criterial. ... this account, the character of most discussions in ethics suggests this view is still ... rich notion of habit he developed in Human Nature and Conduct (1988/1922).

www.iep.utm.edu/dewey

On this view, inquiry should not be understood as consisting of a mind ... Life and Works; Theory of Knowledge; Metaphysics; Ethical and Social Theory ... impact upon Dewey's thought, suggesting the barrenness of static models of nature, and the ... includingReconstruction in Philosophy (1920), Human Nature and Conduct  ...

americanaejournal.hu/vol4no2/morse

E-mail: American thinkers tend to eschew abstractions. ... has a curious feeling that this was not a real human being but some kind of dummy. ... down” (Rorty, 185), these cases suggests that there is something that we are that can be ..... the way they do, namely with the ability to see your behavior visually and then to enact it ...

facstaff.cbu.edu/~pmaloney/Phil320/secondarylit/ForsterPutnamRorty.pdf

This paper explores what is at stake in this debate.4 Rorty's pragmatism is defended ... suggests to Rorty that they will survive the demise of Philosophy. ..... Thus truth, for Putnam, is what ideally rational humans would accept; ... what is such a posit supposed to do, except to say that from God's point of view the human race.

cdclv.unlv.edu/pragmatism/rorty_intro_hope.pdf

RICHARD RORTY ... Ethics Without Principles. I I I Some ... The Banality of Pragmatism and the Poetry ... and in particular to human needs and interests. ... So discussion between us and our opponents tends to get ... Our opponents like to suggest that to abandon that vocabulary is .... ing our behaviour with those of others.

eprints.lse.ac.uk/38701/1/A_pragmatist_approach_to_the_problem_of_knowledge_in_health_psychology%28lsero%29.pdf

Cornish, Flora and Gillespie, Alex (2009) A pragmatist approach to the problem of knowledge ... about risk factors and transmission routes suggests promoting condoms to .... Rorty (1998, p.48) captures the radical novelty of the pragmatist approach ... mediator between the human desire for food and the world as we find it.

pdfs.semanticscholar.org/9f1a/591f6a0aff5bc42c94968f714886eeb8e8ab.pdf

the origin of the new interest in pragmatism as philosophy is traced to Rorty ( 1979). ... how James's philosophy of rational inquiry and his psychology of human nature .... His psychological pragmatism embodies a view of behaviour that is in sharp .... follows, I shall suggest an interpretation of James's own arguments (1907, ...