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Pragmatism: An Introduction [Paperback]

Michael Bacon
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Editorial Reviews


"For once, the endorsements on the cover of a book are not exaggerated. As an excellent introduction to an important strand in philosophy, this book deserves to be available in every library that caters to students of phiosophy and perhaps even those that cater to interested laypeople."
Ethical Perspectives

"Most certainly a helpful introductory text for newcomers that ought to be required reading for the rest of us in the midst of our own heated debates."
Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews

"A concise, reliable and lucid overview."
Political Studies Review

"This book offers an engaging and engrossing introduction to and overview of a rich philosophical tradition. Particularly valuable is its survey of a variety of recent and contemporary developments by thinkers who build on and carry forward that tradition."
Robert B. Brandom, University of Pittsburgh

"Brings together classical and contemporary pragmatists in a very clear, succinct, and rigorous way."
Cheryl Misak, University of Toronto

"Bacon has made an impressive contribution with this book. It is a lucid and fair-minded map of the
pragmatist tradition, and an excellent introduction to the topic."
Matthew Festenstein, University of York


About the Author

Michael Bacon is a lecturer in political theory at Royal Holloway, University of London. He is the author of Richard Rorty: Pragmatism and Political Liberalism.
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