Pragmatism - and analysis Analytic philosophy is a term...

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“Pragmatism” is considered “American” it originated in the U.S. in the 1870s. Pragmatism  philosophy is where practical consequences and real are important pieces of meaning and truth.  Pragmatists did not like the idea of absolute truth. They held true to relative to a time, place, and  purpose and are thus ever changing in light of new information. Pragmatism is an American  theoretical movement that was developed by Charles Sanders Piece in the 1870s.  Analytic philosophy is considered to use logical argument, language analysis, and scientific  methods in approaching idea. Pragmatism and Analytic philosophy are American movements  and they differ from Europe philosophy. They are focused on scientific approach to argument 
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Unformatted text preview: and analysis. Analytic philosophy is a term that has been commonly used since 1950s in English speaking countries, such as, U.K., Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the U.S. We should not get these confused with continental philosophy they are considered non-continental. Why? The traditions that are described they are opposed to them. Continental philosophy is found in countries as Germany and France; they rejected scientific methods, preferring to view thoughts in the context of such factors as space, time, history, culture and language. Continental philosophy place importance on theory as well as practice, often viewing their philosophy in terms of individual, moral, or political transformation....
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