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[toc] ]]Contents]] <[[BODYTEXT>]]Acknowledgments Preface Introduction: Inheritance, Teaching, and the Insane Angels of American Culture: Our Cultural Invisibility 1 Some Preliminary Remarks on the Origins of Pragmatism 2 Royce, Philosophy, and Wandering: A Job Description 3 Wilderness as Philosophical Home 4 Working Certainty and Deweyan Wisdom 5 Wildness as Political Act 6 ¿After All, He¿s Just a Man¿: The Wild Side of Life in Country Music 7 William James and the Wild Beasts of the Philosophical Desert 8 John Dewey¿s Sensible Mysticism 9 ¿Born to Run¿: Male Mysticism on the Road 10 Philosophy as Teaching: James¿s ¿Knight Errant,¿ Thomas Davidson 11 Learning and Teaching: Gambling, Love, and Growth (with Michael Ventimiglia) 12 Emerson¿s Platonizing of American Thought 13 American Loss in Cavell¿s Emerson 14 Emerson and Kerouac: Grievous Angels of Hope and Loss 15 Pragmatic Intellectuals: Facing Loss in the Spirit of American Philosophy Notes Bibliography<[[/BODYTEXT>]]
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Philosophy, American -- 20th century.
United States -- Civilization -- 20th century.