PRAGMATISM (MS 279-335)
This manuscript may possibly be a draft of a letter to The Nation. See note in the body of the manuscript which reads: "Say, Garrison, was not Schiller in Cornell at one time." Pragmatism, humanism, and instrumentalism.Whether the pragmatist's God must be finite. In CSP's opinion, a finite God cannot satisfy human instincts. Recommendation that the word "pragmatism" be employed for the looser sense of the term's meaning but that the word "pragmaticism" be retained for the more precise meaning.
Garrison Wendell Phillips, God, finite, Humanism, Instrumentalism, Pragmatism and Pragmaticism, Schiller F. C. S.
PRAGMATISM / MISCELLANEOUS