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And I Quote… November 7

And-I-Quote[T]he dangerous thing about pragmatism is that it does not necessarily reject the truth; it merely renders it subordinate to the desired end. To be precise, pragmatism evaluates means in terms of impact and results; and the implication of this is that even means that are intrinsically true can still be co-opted by pragmatism simply because they seem to be achieving the desired results at some particular point in time.
Carl Trueman, Fools Rush In Where Monkeys Fear to Tread: Taking Aim at Everyone, (P & R, 2012), 29–30