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VOLUME 6, ISSUE 2, WINTER 2015

Pragmatism Today

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction: Emancipation and Liberating Human Experience Philipp Dorstewitz & Rebecca Farinas ... 5 (PDF)

I. Emancipating and Religious Experience

The Emancipatory Potential of Pragmatist Philosophy of Religion Sami Pihlström ... 10 (PDF)
The Icon Moves: Diversity Through Pragmatic / Religious Aesthetics of the Euromaidan Rebecca Farinas ... 21 (PDF)

II. Imagination, Art and the Corruption of Sensibility

The Co-optation of Sensibility and the Subversion of Beauty Arnold Berleant ... 38 (PDF)
Imagination, Imaginaries, and Emancipation Brendan Hogan ... 48 (PDF)
Emancipatory Potential of Art Aleksandra £ukaszewicz Alcaraz ... 62 (PDF)
Aesthetic Issues in Human Emancipation Between Dewey and Marcuse Roberta Dreon ... 74 (PDF)

III. Politics, Economics and Social Ethics

Emancipation from Capital Kenneth W. Stikkers ... 87 (PDF)
Squishy Totalitarianism and the Left-Right Spectrum Crispin Sartwell ... 97 (PDF)
Justice as an Evolving Regulative Ideal Eric Thomas Weber ... 105 (PDF)

IV. Experience Aaction and Inference

Re-evaluating the Emancipatory Promise of Evidence S. Joshua Thomas ... 118 (PDF)
Understanding Experience: Language, Inference, and Judgment John Ryder ... 134 (PDF)
Answering Emancipation Joseph Margolis ... 144 (PDF)

Author List ... 154 (PDF)


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