James: True Ideas

„The moment pragmatism asks this question, it sees the answer: TRUE IDEAS ARE THOSE THAT WE CAN ASSIMILATE, VALIDATE, CORROBORATE AND VERIFY. FALSE IDEAS ARE THOSE THAT WE CANNOT. That is the practical difference it makes to us to have true ideas; that, therefore, is the meaning of truth, for it is all that truth is known-as.“ (p. 168f.) #James #TrueIdeas #truth

James, William, Pragmatism. A New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking 1907.