Pragmatism and Theosophy
Apr 28, 2006 09:46 AM
I have been reading "Pragmatism", by William James. A series of conferences made in 1906. (1)
It is at times rather irritating, yet it poses interesting elements to solve the question of efficiency in the Theosophical Philosophy and Movement:
"What's the practical use, in our lives, of our philosophy?"
The question has no easy and short answer, but examining it helps keeping away from mere vagueries or pass-time activites.
(1) Dover Philosophical Classics, 1995, 116 pp., 4.95 dolars in the USA.
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