Vous trouverez ici un entretien télévisé, en cinq parties, entre Sidney Morgenbesser, professeur à Columbia University, et Bryan Magee, à propos de C. S. Pierce, W James et J. Dewey.
I invite to watch a discussion between Columbia University professor Sidney Morgenbesser and Bryan Magee, about the American Pragmatists: C. S. Pierce, W. James and J. Dewey.
In this program, world-renowned author and professor Bryan Magee and Columbia University professor Sidney Morgenbesser discuss the nuances of pragmatic philosophy as expressed by three of America’s finest thinkers. Morgenbesser examines Peirce’s theory of meaning and the concept of fallibilism that supports the changing nature of truth. James’s concept of meaning, knowledge, and truth is examined within the context of the usefulness of particular conceptual schemes. The discussion of Dewey focuses on the human quest for warranted beliefs, and his philosophy of education—a bottom-up approach that bases instruction on a child’s real problems and experiences.
References: "The American Pragmatists: C. S. Peirce, William James, John Dewey", "Great Philosophers", BBC Production, 1987. (43 minutes)
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