Review of Hans Joas, Pragmatismus und Gesellschaftstheorie [Book Review]

This is my critical review of Hans Joas' book on Pragmatism and social theory which concerns, in part the early 20th-century German reception of American philosophy and the relationship of this to contemporary German thought.
Keywords Pragmatism  Social theory  German philosophy
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