What is Truth’s Success? - The pragmatist theories of truth developed by James and Dewey in some of their writings were not aimed at providing a theory of truth as such, but, rather, a theory of the relationship between belief, action and truth. The same holds for some of Ramsey’s texts: rather than identifying truth with practical success, he pointed to the articulation between the success of our actions and the truth of the beliefs on which they are based.
Key words: Action, Belief, Dewey, James, Ramsey, Truth.
Parole chiave: Azione, Credenza, Dewey, James, Ramsey, Verità.