„Wartość” u Maxa Schelera i w amerykańskim pragmatyzmie

Kenneth W. Stikkers


“Value” in Max Scheler and American Pragmatism

This article critically compares and contrasts the notion of “value” in the works of the German phenomenologist Max Scheler and the American pragmatist John Dewey, especially in light of Scheler’s enduring interest in American pragmatism. It shows striking similarities between the two but also how Scheler’s analysis of “value” is the more phenomenologically rigorous and hence in closing keeping with Dewey’s own phenomenological method, what he termed the “postulate of immediate empiricism.”

Keywords: Max Scheler, John Dewey, value, pragmatism, empiricism.

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