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2. Peirce and the Principles of Pragmatism.
3. James: Pragmatism and the Will to Believe.
4. The Pragmatic Humanism of F. C.S. Schiller.
5. The Wild Years: Pragmatism in Florence.
6. Peirce Revisited: The Normative Turn.
7. Dewey's Engaged Instrumentalism.
8. The Conceptual Pragmatism of C.I. Lewis.
9. Pragmatism and Analysis: Morris, Carnap, Quine.
10. Richard Rorty's Neo-Pragmatism.
11. Susan Haack's Foundherentist Epistemology.
12. The Prospects of Pragmatism.