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Contents Articles Frederic R. Kellogg: Hobbes, Holmes, and Dewey: Pragmatism and the matter of Order Brian E. Butler: Dews, Dworks, and Poses make a decision Lochner Sor-hoon Tan: Our nation wrong or right: a practical reaction to Anti-Democratic Cultural Nationalism in China Stephen Harris: Antifoundationalism and the dedication to lowering affliction in Rorty and Madhyamaka Buddhism Eric Thomas Weber: On employing Ethics: who is fearful of Plato's Cave? William Gavin, Stefan Neubert, and Kersten Reich: Language and Its Discontents: William James, Richard Rorty, and Interactive Constructivism Matthew J. Brown: actual difficulties and the importance of technological know-how Robert Chodat: Evolution and clarification: Biology, Aesthetics, Pragmatism Joseph Margolis: Pragmatism's destiny: a slightly of Prophecy Review Essay Brian E. Butler: Sen's The concept of Justice: again to the (Pragmatic) destiny Book Reviews Tibor Solymosi: Review of Jay Schulkin. Cognitive version: A Pragmatist point of view

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We are now in a better position to see how the two lines of inquiry fit together. With respect to the study of politics a public is simply any group that finds itself confronted with a specific political problem; that is to say, a problem having to do with the coordination of social behavior and the provision of social goods. Dewey, Lippmann, and Niebuhr belong to a “public” in this broad sense, insofar as they share a common perception that the principles and aims of democracy have to be fundamentally rethought in order to meet the challenges of modern social life.

Parker, “Black-White Infant Mortality Disparity in the United States: A Society Litmus test,” Public Health Reports 118 (July-August 2003): 336. Also quoted in The Covenant with Black America, p. 8. 4. 7% of the United States population lives below the poverty line – about 37 million people. 4 million African Americans live in poverty. See David Wessel, “Changing Attack in Poverty Tactics, An Old Debate: Who is at Fault,” The Wall Street Journal, 15 June 2006. 5. , Stirrings in the Jug: Black Politics n the Post-Segregation Era (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1999), p.

W. Parker, “Black-White Infant Mortality Disparity in the United States: A Society Litmus test,” Public Health Reports 118 (July-August 2003): 336. Also quoted in The Covenant with Black America, p. 8. 4. 7% of the United States population lives below the poverty line – about 37 million people. 4 million African Americans live in poverty. See David Wessel, “Changing Attack in Poverty Tactics, An Old Debate: Who is at Fault,” The Wall Street Journal, 15 June 2006. 5. , Stirrings in the Jug: Black Politics n the Post-Segregation Era (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1999), p.

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