Volume 7, Number 2, 2015



Symposia. John’s Dewey Lectures in Social and Political Philosophy (China)

Editors: Roberto Frega (CNRS-IMM, Paris), Roberto Gronda (Università di Pisa)

R. Frega, R. Gronda, Introduction (pdf)

J. Dewey, Lectures in Social and Political Philosophy (pdf)

R. Gronda, What Does China Mean for Pragmatism? A Philosophical Interpretation of Dewey’s Sojourn in China (1919-1921) (pdf)

Y. C. Chiang, Appropriating Dewey: Hu Shi and His Translation of Dewey’s “Social and Philosophical Philosophy” Lectures Series in China (pdf)

R. Frega, John Dewey’s Social Philosophy: A Restatement (pdf)



A. Mendenhall, Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. and the Darwinian Common Law Paradigm (pdf)

P. Olen, The Realist Challenge to Conceptual Pragmatism (pdf)

P. Giladi, A Critique of Rorty’s Conception of Pragmatism (pdf)

R. M. Calcaterra, Chance and Regularities. Remarks on Richard Rorty’s Contingentism (pdf)


Let Me Tell You a Story: Heroes and Events of Pragmatism

Interview with Charlene Haddock Seigfried by M. Bella and M. Santarelli (pdf)

Interview with Larry Hickman by M. Bella and M. Santarelli (pdf)


Book Reviews

A. Honnacker, Post-säkularer Liberalismus: Perspektiven auf Religion und Öffentlichkeit im Amschluss an William James, Baden-Baden, Nomos, 2015 (reviewed by S. Pihlström) (pdf)

J. S. Johnson, John Dewey’s Earlier Logical Theory, New York, SUNY Press, 2014 (reviewed by R. Gronda) (pdf)

T. Throntveit, William James and the Quest for an Ethical Republic, London & New York, Palgrave MacMillan, 2014 (reviewed by S. Marchetti) (pdf)


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