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is true but not useful to believe' deploys a non-pragmatist theory of truth in order to refute the pragmatist theory of truth. Therefore I don't think your premises yield a problem for pragmatism … . This is not to endorse pragmatism, only to suggest that it can't be refuted via your premises. But I think you are right to be sceptical and critical of pragmatism. References : On pragmatism and its …
answered Dec 23 '18 by Geoffrey Thomas
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The question is abstract, so let's reduce it to a specific example. Suppose, for instance, that a top sportsperson has a contract with a major clothing brand to advertise their products. The sportspe …
answered Mar 6 by Geoffrey Thomas