Translation of pragmatism in Spanish:


pragmatismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpræɡməˌtɪzəm//ˈpraɡmətɪz(ə)m/


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    pragmatismo masculine
    • In foreign policy, he combined a high degree of pragmatism with nationalism.
    • He has handled the situation practically and with pragmatism and common sense.
    • The peculiar ethic which they have evolved for themselves embraces a perfectly elastic system with lots of emphasis on pragmatism.
    • Having developed the capacity to play some breathtaking rugby, we have sometimes failed to serve this captivating dish with a side order of pragmatism.
    • Is it the pursuit of perfection, a realisation of pragmatism, the search for the divine or perhaps baser instincts which drive us into wanting someone?
    • In doing so he echoes the humanist pragmatism of Florentine practical mathematics a century before.
    • Nor does he think that philosophical pragmatism has much to contribute to legal thought.
    • This was not Utopia; it was merely hard-headed pragmatism shorn of illusion.
    • The primacy of the practical is what links American pragmatism and Heidegger's hermeneutic phenomenology.
    • At the same time, however, he has shown himself capable of pragmatism.
    • His presumed pragmatism upholds the status quo by ridiculing the relative few who dare to challenge it.
    • This is indicative of the sentiment-eschewing pragmatism that has been characteristic of a driven performer.
    • For a government that prides itself on pragmatism and prudence, this is a policy that astonishes in its fecklessness and recklessness.
    • But the party realises that pragmatism rather than dogmatism is required if it is to make headway in a deeply divided polity.
    • Fortunately, democratic politics normally are characterized by pragmatism and compromise, not ideology.
    • I admire their idealism, but wish it could be tempered with a little pragmatism, and also that their science was more sound.
    • In football, pragmatism usually triumphs over romance.
    • The alternative to pragmatism is epistemological realism.
    • Underpinning his work is a ruthless pragmatism that many a maestro could learn from.
    • In such formulations, there are striking similarities between Critical Theory and American pragmatism.
    • Such apparent political pragmatism worries many, because of the dangerous precedent it sets.
    • She does not often provide explicit details about how such a " philosophical pragmatism " might benefit feminism.
    • Since you temper your gut instincts with pragmatism and cool thought, trusting them is usually a safe bet.
    • Well, commerce has inspired a degree of pragmatism.
    • But by Thursday morning a note of pragmatism had crept in.