In this Issue
- Volume 7, Number 3, Fall 2012
- SAAP 2012 Conference Proceedings
The Pluralist is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to advancing the ends of philosophical thought and dialogue in all widely used philosophical methodologies, including non-Western methods and those of traditional cultures. The journal upholds the Socratic dictum of self-knowledge and the love of wisdom as the purpose of philosophy. It seeks to express philosophical insights and concerns humanely and with an eye to literary as well as philosophical excellence, but technical papers are welcome. The Pluralist is a forum for discussion of diverse philosophical standpoints and pluralism's merits. The Pluralist considers high-quality submissions on any philosophical topic written from any philosophical perspective. Articles that defend some type of pluralism, apply a pluralistic perspective to contemporary issues, or take a critical stance against pluralism are encouraged.
published byUniversity of Illinois Press
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Table of Contents
- A Deweyan Defense of Guerrilla Gardening
- pp. 57-70
- Is Thoreau More Cosmopolitan Than Dewey?
- pp. 71-85
- Whither Pragmatism?
- pp. 107-119
- pp. 1-6