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While the poet’s goal is to put imaginative notions into another person’s head, ironists instead seek to change themselves.
If metamodernism means a future without tragic conflicts, maybe we’re better off with beta-modernism, instead.
In a year replete with hardships for so many people, Erraticus contributors concentrated on the themes of hope and meliorism.
A defense of Charles Sanders Peirce and William James against the charge that their asymptotic approaches to truth and hope are juvenile.
A year heavy with pragmatist themes, the Editorial Team is thrilled to announce the winners of the 2022 Erraticus Awards: Jon Alan Schmidt and Nick Gall.
Although some pragmatists argue truth is malleable and constantly changing, logician Charles Sanders Peirce asserts it is our knowledge of truth that is variable, not truth itself.
Pragmatism is an uncertain and pluralistic philosophy, but its malleability and modesty make it an incredibly hope-filled approach to life.
Season Two of the pragmatist podcast Damn the Absolute! will be released later this week with guest philosopher Jessica Wahman discussing the metaphorical nature of scientific knowledge.
Among a group of penetrating essays, the Erraticus Editorial Team is happy to recognize the 2021 Erraticus Award Winners: Eleni Angelou and Henriikka Hannula.
Erraticus added another podcast to the family, Curiosity Manifold, and launched two new initiatives during 2021.
We are pleased to announce our 2020 Erraticus Award winners: Jonah Bennett and Donovan Irven.