Pragmatism, Kant, and Kantianism in the Twenty-first Century
Edited by Krzysztof Piotr Skowroński & Sami Pihlström
Nordic Studies in Pragmatism 4
327 + x pp.
The contributions of this volume are extended, revised, and peer-reviewed versions of papers originally presented at the Pragmatist Kant conference in Berlin in July, 2017. The contributors study the relations between Kant and various thinkers in the pragmatist tradition in historical detail, and develop both pragmatist and Kantian philosophy by re-examining their comparative issues in their historical and systematic complexity.
Part I Cognition and Science
- 1 Between Pragmatism and Rationalism
- 2 Kant and Peirce on Pragmatic Maxims
- 3 Anti-Kantianism as a Necessary Characteristic of Pragmatism
- 4 Kant’s Universalism versus Pragmatism
Part II Methodology and Communication
- 5 Sense, Sign’s Sense, and Gesture. For a Quasi-Transcendental Semiotics
- 6 Kant and Pragmatists: On the Supremacy of Practice over Theory
- 7 Kant, Pragmatism and Epistemic Constructivism
Part III Anthropology, Psychology and Religion
- 8 Does Pragmatism Need a Concept of Autonomy?
- 9 Pragmatic Evolutions of the Kantian a priori: From the Mental to the Bodily
- 10 James and Kant on Empirical Psychology
- 11 Jamesian Pragmatism, Rortyan Ironism, and Kantian Antitheodicy
Part IV Ethics and Aesthetics
- 12 Kant, James, and the Practice of Ethics
- 13 Rorty on Kant’s Ethics
- 14 Does the Pragmatist Reflection on the Ethical and Aesthetic Values Need the Kantian Axiology for its (Pragmatist) Future Developments?
Krzysztof Piotr Skowroński
Part V Social and Political Issues
- 15 Kant as Public Intellectual and Political Theorist
- 16 Kant and Pragmatist Feminism
- 17 Peace, Bread, and Ideas for a Cosmopolitan World: Addams’ Unknown Pragmatist Legacy Today
Núria Sara Miras Boronat