Provocations

The short essays included in this section contain thought-provoking arguments on conflicts affecting public debate in contemporary society. They indicate new avenues for future research on pragmatist thinking and its applications to controversial issues such as climate change.

PDF icon Darracott, G. (2013) Can Dewey’s Moral Philosophy Address the Problem of Inconsequentialism in Environmental Ethics? Pragmatism Tomorrow, Issue 1: No. 5, pp. 1–8

PDF icon Swallow, J. (2013) Religionism, Personal Liberty and Absolute Truth: Why Personal Liberty and Religionism are Incompatible, as Demonstrated by the Recent Events Following the Release of the Film, The Innocence of Muslims. Pragmatism Tomorrow, Issue 1: No. 7, pp. 1–9

PDF icon Guy, J. (2013) What Influence Can The General Public Have Over Issues of Climate Change? Pragmatism Tomorrow, Issue 1: No. 11, pp. 1–9