Definition of Pragmaticist

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pragmaticist

praevocalic
praezygapophyses
praezygapophysis
pragma
pragmalinguist
pragmalinguistic
pragmalinguists
pragmas
pragmatic
pragmatic sanction
pragmatical
pragmatically
pragmaticalness
pragmaticism
pragmaticisms
pragmaticist (current term)
pragmaticists
pragmatics
pragmatique
pragmatism
pragmatisms
pragmatist
pragmatistic
pragmatists
pragmatize
pragmatized
pragmatizes
pragmatizing
prahu
prahus

Literary usage of Pragmaticist

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1. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1905)
"For if one cares at all to know what the pragmaticist theory consists in, one must understand that there is no other part of it to which the ..."

2. The New York Review by St. Joseph's Seminary (Yonkers, N.Y.), N.Y. St. Joseph's Seminary (Yonkers (1907)
"Mr. CS Peirce who first formulated the principle of pragmatism in 1878, writes as recently as April, 1905, that "if the pragmaticist really made Doing the ..."

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