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Some Wit, Wisdom & Bewilderment

I am apt to think that the sole germ from which a living belief in pragmaticism can grow is a habit of thinking of philosophical doubts and beliefs, not as so many questions posed and answers proposed of themselves or the Lord knows whence, but as phenomena in the life-histories of persons given to reflexions upon their own conduct
The First Part of an Apology for Pragmaticism, 1908