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Unformatted text preview: American movements greatly differed from the views of Europeans during the same period of time. European philosophy during that period of time was totally against scientific methods, and the ideas of pragmatism and analytic philosophy centered primarily on a scientific passage of analysis and argument. The continental philosophy theories framed philosophy as a moral and municipal alteration. Pragmatism and analytic philosophy used a method of cross-examining situations by scientifically measuring and methodically challenging the issue, while continental philosophy based philosophical arguments on historical significance. The historical and developmental aspect was the basis for continental philosophy. References Moore, B. N., & Bruder, K. (2008). Philosophy: The Power of Ideas (7th ed.). Boston: The McGraw-Hill Companies....
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