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pragmaticism

(præɡˈmætɪsɪzəm)
n
1. another word for pragmatism
2. (Philosophy) another word for pragmatism

prag•mat•i•cism

(prægˈmæt əˌsɪz əm)

n.
the pragmatist philosophy of C. S. Peirce, chiefly a theory of meaning: so called by him to distinguish it from the pragmatism of William James.
[1905]
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If we take the narrow view, then waqf is only of technical, legalistic interest, only a "hollow pragmaticism," a formal, operational variance, for the most part, to the secular charitable trust, which itself is largely an ad hoc appendage to an over-arching neoliberal macroeconomic framework that has little or nothing to do with the ethos of autonomous, community-based philanthropy in which social welfare and communal solidarity are served rather than undermined by the (actually not-so-free) market.
The truth is he did a great deal to stabilise our national team, underpinning it with a much-needed rod of pragmaticism, following the airy-fairy fancifulness of the George Burley disaster.
If we take the narrow view, then waqf is only of technical, legalistic interest, only a "hollow pragmaticism," a formal, operational variance, for the most part, to the secular charitable trust, which itself is largely an ad hoc appendage to an over-arching neoliberal macroeconomic framework having little or nothing to do with the ethos of autonomous, community-based philanthropy in which social welfare and communal solidarity are served rather than undermined by the (actually not-so-free) market.
Based on Scotus' insights, Peirce developed a semiotics and logic to show how signs function and pragmaticism as a way of incorporating Scotus' insights into philosophy and science.
BSNABC will follow the principles of pragmaticism, comprehensiveness, briefness, conciseness and accuracy and base on in-depth research, systematical analysis and scientific induction to answer the above questions with detailed data and refined words so as to offer reference and basis for our clients to understand the present situation and the future development trend of the Chinese dairy cattle vaccine market.
Particularly interesting is the comparison between Peirce's pragmaticism and intuitionism, both of the general and the Browerian varieties.
If Poland chooses to ignore pragmaticism over romanticism, it would be at its own peril (2).
Volume 5: Pragmatism and pragmaticism, edited by Ch.
PEIRCE, COLLECTED PAPERS OF CHARLES SANDERS PEIRCE: PRAGMATISM AND PRAGMATICISM (1935).
5, Pragmatism and Pragmaticism, Charles Hartshorne and Paul Weiss, eds.
Its acceptance is not purely based on rationalism, logic and consistency, but also based on pragmaticism, aestheticism, rigour, sophistication, belief and personality of scholars.
This doctrine of immediate perception is a corollary from the corollary of pragmaticism that the object perceived is the immediate object of the destined ultimate opinion--not of course identical as a psychological phenomenon, for there never will be a necessarily ultimate opinion as a psychological phenomenon, but identical logically and metaphysically (Peirce 1965 [CP 8.