Charles Peirce


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Noun1.Charles Peirce - United States philosopher and logician; pioneer of pragmatism (1839-1914)
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Desde Charles Peirce en adelante, pasando por la obra de Austin, Searle y Grice, el enfasis se ha puesto en los aspectos pragmaticos.
In order to help instructors work with religion as a subject of inquiry in first-years composition courses, Wagner draws on central ideas of such American pragmatists as Charles Peirce, William James, and John Dewey to frame an approach that combines real-world experience, active reflection, possibility, usefulness, and mediation as opposed to compromise.
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Strands of system: the philosophy of Charles Peirce.
Lilia Leticia Garcia Pena, siguiendo a autores como Charles Peirce, distingue el icono del simbolo.
Building upon the work of Charles Peirce, particularly his theory of the logic of science, Mr Turley argues for a new model of scientific lawmaking.
Champagne, Marc (2006), "Some Convergences and Divergences in the Realism of Charles Peirce and Ayn Rand," The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies 8(1): 19-39.
Schloesser identifies experience, realism, and determinism as the three key concerns of William James, John Dewey, and Charles Peirce.
The Philosophy of Charles Peirce, Purdue University Press, West Lafayette.
Este conjunto de rasgos nos introduce en la medula del pensamiento pragmatista clasico y nos ofrece un panorama amplio de las razones por las cuales filosofos como Charles Peirce y William James se han dado en llamar pragmatistas.
Following Christ's directive, "By their fruits you will know them," pragmatists trace out the logical consequences of ideas--even if often with less stringency than did Charles Peirce, the "father" of pragmatism.