pragmatize

pragmatize

(ˈpræɡməˌtaɪz) or

pragmatise

vb
1. (intr) to act or view matters pragmatically
2. (tr) to make (something) pragmatic or interpret (something) in a pragmatic way
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Visionary responses are transacted by readers who, in Barone's (2001) words, "pragmatize the imaginary" (p.
It represents an attempt to pragmatize the communicative situation through critical systemic questioning of assumptions and boundary judgements (Midgley, 2000).
Most Anglo-American interpreters, of course, appreciate that Heidegger is not a pragmatist in the trivial sense of insisting on the priority of practical activity over theoretical.(31) Even so, they still manage to pragmatize Heidegger.