Realism without monism or dualism--I.: Knowledge involving the past

Journal of Philosophy 19 (12):309-317 (1922)
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Rejecting both monism and dualism, in the spirit of the pragmatist tradition, on reasonably comes to a realistic pluralism. How might Dewey differ from James here?
Keywords John Dewey  realism  Pluralism
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