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Table of Contents
|Introduction: "Individualism Has Never Been Tried": Toward a Pragmatic Individualism||p. 1|
|What's the Use of Reading Emerson Pragmatically?: The Example of William James||p. 25|
|"Let Us Have Worse Cotton and Better Men": Emerson's Ethics of Self-Culture||p. 53|
|Moments in the World's Salvation: James's Pragmatic Individualism||p. 127|
|Character and Community: Dewey's Model of Moral Selfhood||p. 191|
|"The Local Is the Ultimate Universal": Dewey on Reconstructing Individuality and Community||p. 244|
|A Tragicomic Ethics in the Emersonian Vein|
|Saying Yes and Saying No: Individualist Ethics in Ellison and Burke||p. 281|
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