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"The pluralistic form takes for me a stronger hold on reality than any other philosophy I know of, being essentially a social philosophy, a philosophy of 'co'"-William James
In class today we covered 'thousands' of people. In discussion, we mostly found pragmatism and the many truths mentality to be quite silly. There is generally one truth, and just because people could believe something is real and others do not, does not mean both are right. Most likely one of them is wrong and the other is right, but who are we to judge or care about the peace of mind of others. Check out this really cool video explaining Neitzsche to children.
DQ) What are your thoughts on Chomsky and his stance on 'conspiracies'?
FQ) Which philosopher is credited as the beginning of pragmatism? (Peirce)