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  1. Vague Certainty, Violent Derealization, Imaginative Doubting.Heidi Salaverría - 2020 - European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy 12 (2).
    The tension between the need for critique and its (often unperceived) limits through our given common sense, a tension Charles S. Peirce describes as critical common sense, hasn’t lost its actuality. Vague certainty is one root of this tension, which the paper unfolds by distinguishing two forms: while the first one grounds common sense as a form of life, the second one, self-certainty, represents the purpose of endeavors, and it serves, speaking with Pierre Bourdieu, as a form of distinction (1). (...)
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