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Scattered around the web are dozens of excellent pragmatist resources, most of which we link to on this page. Yet, despite its comprehensiveness, readily accessing readings, analysis, and commentary in an organized fashion is difficult. More importantly, to our knowledge all other pragmatist resources are provide static content, whereas our central goal is to create and leverage a community that can engage together dynamically in the sharing, reviewing, and discussion of old and new pragmatist content.
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Smith, Ann. Pragmatist Sociology. Retrieved January 18th, 2016, from http://pragmatistsociology.org/2015/12/23/the-fixation-of-belief-2/
Is Pragmatist Sociology only centered on sociological analysis?
Pragmatist Sociology is an interdisciplinary community that strives to bring togther social scientists, philosophers, historians, and all other scholars interested in pragmatism.