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  1. Experiencing Life and Hope: Pragmatic Philosophies of Religion.Ludwig Nagl - 2014 - Human Affairs 24 (1):103-111.
    Is pragmatism, as focused on a future considered producible by our finite actions, ill equipped to analyze religion ; is it unable, as Stanley Cavell writes, to sufficiently explore “skepticism” and negativity? This paper argues that William James succeeds in pragmatically re-thematizing “Erlösungswissen”, and that Josiah Royce—who develops a post-pragmatic, pragmaticist concept of; religion—carefully re-investigates “negativity”, in a Peirce-inspired mode, by focusing on the “mission of sorrow”.
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