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William James: An ethics of thought?

by / RP 157 (Sep/Oct 2009) / Article

William James’s pragmatism, and in particular the thesis according to which the sole truth of ideas is the difference that they make, and therefore also the interest that they create, has often been felt to be an offence by those who consider themselves to be engaged ‘for’ thought. [1] Shouldn’t ideas …


Liberals, fanatics and moral philosophers

Aspects of R. M. Hare's 'Freedom and Reason'
by / RP 010 (Spring 1975) / Extras


Marxism and Morality

by / RP 008 (Summer 1974) / Article


Moral Philosophy Without Morality?

by / RP 006 (Winter 1973) / Article


Mental Illness as a Moral Concept

by / RP 005 (Summer 1973) / Article


Social and Philosophical Understanding – An Example

by / RP 002 (Summer 1972) / Extras


On seeing Things Differently

With reply by Tony Skillen
by and / RP 001 (Spring 1972) / Article