Pragmatism a part of epistemology

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Pragmatism is a part of epistemology which means in the theory of philosophy or philosophical theories they should contribute to social progress directly. If it doesn't then it doesn't worth much.

The theory that proves itself is considered to be more important and successful while indicating and controlling our world than the rivals of the hypothesis. The same theories can be considered trustworthy, and reliable.

Pragmatism got the attention of the riches as well as the none philosophers like lawyers, educational experts, politicians, and more

The experience of the expertise consists of transacting with, instead of representing nature. The accuracy of the theory can never be fully explicit.

History of pragmatism

Originating in The United States of America the concept was stated around the 1870s. Currently, it represents a thriving 3rd alternative to logic and Continental around the world.

First Stated by sir Charles Sanders Pierce as a motto of logic. It was also the response to formless theories.

"Pragmatism" term was first started by James associated with Sir Peirce for inventing the term.

How pragmatism changed and made new things:

The concept of Pragmatism inspired people like Sir Francis Bacon, Niccolo Machiavelli, David Hume, Thomas Reid, and Immanuel Kant.

Here's how:

1. Sir Francis Bacon: By coming across the term sir bacon stated his similar term, "Knowledge is Power" which was true and came under the Pragmatic Terms.

2. Niccolo Machiavelli: His concept was, "The ruler may need to do immoral things to achieve his goals".

3. David Hume: It changed the life of his lifelike summary of knowledge and actions

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