- "There Can Be No Difference Anywhere that Doesn't Make a Difference Elsewhere"
- Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society: A Quarterly Journal in American Philosophy
- Indiana University Press
- Volume 54, Number 3, Summer 2018
- pp. 417-429
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In my response to the five rich papers on Cambridge Pragmatism published in the current issue of the Transactions, I happily acknowledge Clifford as perhaps the first Cambridge (England) pragmatist; improve on my account of truth as adhering to habits as well as propositions; clarify my position on pragmatism and the free will debate; and speak to the need, and grounds upon which, to differentiate pragmatism from other traditions.