Praxiology and Pragmatism (Praxiology)


Praxiology and Pragmatism (Praxiology)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 250 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780765801678
  • DDC分類 144.3

Full Description

Volume 10 in this series of International Annuals of Practical Philosophy addresses two distinct but interrelated philosophical movements: Praxiology, a unique Central European philosophical movement, which embraces the study of purposeful and conscious action and the elements essential to each action, act, and causative act, and Pragmatism, a uniquely American philosophical movement, founded by Charles S. Peirce and William James, which is based on the meaning of conceptions, defined in their practical bearings that guides actions and measures them by practical consequences of belief.

Table of Contents

Editorial                                          7  (6)
Wojciech W. Gasparski
Introduction 13 (12)
Leo V. Ryan
PART ONE: Praxiology
The ABC of Practicality 25 (36)
Tadeusz Kotarbinski
On the Concept of Practicality 61 (10)
Wojciech W. Gasparski
Praxiological Efficiency in Heterogeneous 71 (16)
Professional Ethics
Timo Airaksinen
What is Practical Judgment? 87 (20)
Daryl Koehn
PART TWO: Pragmatism
A Novel Look at the Structure of the 107(14)
Pragmatic View of the World: Max Scheler
Manfred S. Frings
Creativity, Community, and Character. Three 121(20)
Pragmatic Principles of Management
Juan Fontrodona
Praxiology, Pragmatism, and Law 141(12)
Frederic R. Kellogg
The Relevance of Pragmatism for Business 153(16)
Sandra B. Rosenthal
Pragmatic Inquiry in Business: Religious 169(24)
Foundations and Practical Applications
F. Byron Nahser
Assessing William James' Potential 193(16)
Contribution to Business Ethics
Dennis P. McCann
American Pragmatism: A Classroom Application 209(12)
John (Jack) A. Ruhe
The Meaning of Pragmatism in Europe 221(14)
Jacek Sojka
Notes about the Authors and Editors 235