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Example of pragmatism?

An example of pragmatism is in career education. If someone wants  to become an auto mechanic, there is no need to teach the elements  of a paragraph, as this will not be es (MORE)

What is a pragmatic marriage?

  A pragmatic marriage is one that is arranged by the parents without regard to the child's preferences or desires and a same-sex marriage is a union between two parties o (MORE)

What are pragmatic rules?

linguistic rules that help the communicators understand how messages can be used and interpreted in a given context. "some pragmatic rules aren't shared by most people in a (MORE)

What is pragmatism?

Pragmatic means the spirit or act of being practical, or calmly accepting the facts. William James and John Dewey were known as the fathers of pragmatism. Pragmatism may als (MORE)
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What is pragmatic intelligence?

A person with pragmatic intelligence is one who looks at problems  with a sensible and realistic approach. This type is often  sensible, practical, and down-to-earth.
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What is romantic pragmatism?

"Pragma - love that is driven by the head, not the heart; undemonstrative; pragmatic love with the purpose of achieving a common goal, as in a coalition" Pragmatism refers to (MORE)
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Is pragmatic a noun?

No the word pragmatic is not a noun. It is an adjective. The noun form is pragmatics which is the study of language in asocial context.
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