PRAGMATISM (MS 279-335)
The argument stated. A generalized habit of conduct is the essence of a concept, i.e., its logical interpretant. The problem of evil and CSP's solution: The evil passions are evil only in the sense that they ought to be controlled, but they are good as the only possible way that man has to reach his full and normal development. The meaning of "true" and "satisfactory"; the relationship between the true and the satisfactory. Hedonism rejected.
Evil, Hedonism (see also Pleasure), Pragmatism and Pragmaticism, Satisfaction, Truth
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PRAGMATISM / MISCELLANEOUS