THE ELEMENTS OF THE CONCEPTION OF GOOD LIFE IN CLASSICAL PRAGMATIST ETHICS
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The paper offers a discussion of the fundamental principles of the conception of good life as articulated in the classical pragmatist ethics. These principles can be found in Peirce's 'ethical cognitivism', in James's ideas of moral life as well as in Dewey's comprehensive reconstruction of social ethics. Pragmatism provides flexible, imaginative, pluralistic, anti-dogmatic and non-hedonistic conception rather than a ready-made instructions for solving the problems of good life.
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