Cheryl Misak

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Article in Journal | Posted 13/03/2017
Kappner, Stefan (2000). Why Should We Adopt the Scientific Method? A Response to Misak's Interpolation of Peirce's Concept Belief
Examines several methods of inquiry distinguished by Charles S. Peirce and explores his reasons in favor of the scientific method. Methods of fixing belief; Phenomenon of force or compulsion in the...
Article in Journal | Posted 30/10/2014
Richardson, Alan (2013). What Good is a (Indeed, This) History of Pragmatism?
The philosophical point of the history of pragmatism offered by Cheryl Misak appears to be, to a first approximation, to recover pragmatism from Rorty. She does this by uncovering an '...
Article in Journal | Posted 30/10/2014
Talisse, Robert B. (2013). Recovering American Philosophy
Misak's The American Pragmatists goes a long way towards correcting the distorted account of pragmatism's founding and development that prevails among contemporary pragmatists invested in...
Article in Journal | Posted 30/10/2014
Klein, Alexander (2013). Who is in the Community of Inquiry?
A central theme of Cheryl Misak's new history is that there are two key strands in the pragmatist tradition. The Peircean strand does 'justice to the objective dimension of human inquiry,...
Article in Journal | Posted 30/10/2014
Ramberg, Bjørn T. (2013). Being Constructive: On Misak's Creation of Pragmatism
This commentary on Cheryl Misak's The American Pragmatists opens with a schematic distinction between Type I philosophers, who think of their problems in ahistorical terms, and Type II...