Two more Harvard professors were influenced heavily by pragmatism. The Cambridge philosophers are W. E. B. Du Bois and Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.. Holmes was a member of the Metaphysical Club with William James in the early 1870s, is regarded as the first legal pragmatist. The philosophy department produced many more contributors to the pragmatic tradition. Israel Scheffler and Morton G. White promoted interest through philosophy and philosophy in pragmatism. The most prominent pragmatist was Charles W.
Morris, Max H. Fisch served until recent decades on the faculty. Charles Hartshorne joined the department in 1928, arrived in the mid-1960s. Other pragmatists trained in this period at Columbia, began graduate studies under Hook, joined the faculty inaugurated. Other pragmatists were Horace S. Fries and Carl M. Bogholt. A never faculty member of the Teachers College was a pragmatic supporter of Deweyan progressive education. 1919 Kallen was a pioneer in American Zionism movements and the cultural pluralism. Milton K. Munitz taught American philosophy in the early 1940s at City College. Two other colleges of CUNY have been home to pragmatists. Ralph Sleeper taught for three decades at Queens College. Brooklyn College has seen recently the retirement of Gertrude Ezorsky, Mary Wiseman and Beth J. Singer. Sidney Hook joined New York University in 1927 as an Instructor. Pragmatism and American philosophy has been taught for many decades at Fordham University. The tradition of pluralism has nurtured long the study of American philosophy.
Douglas C. Macintosh expounded a version of pragmatism as professor of theology. The University of Pennsylvania was an early center for the study of American philosophy. Psychology and Edgar A. Singer studies philosophy taught modern philosophy, pragmatism and psychology at Penn.. Murray G. Murphey and Flower authored the A two-volume History of Philosophy in America. This alliance was enhanced with the later arrival of Flower. The University of Wisconsin has been long an important center for the study of pragmatism. Max C. Otto was a significant defender of pragmatism at Wisconsin. Vivian T. Thayer taught a pragmatic philosophy of education for several decades. The University of Illinois has been long a haven for the study of American philosophy. Another defender of Deweyan pragmatism taught at University of Cincinnati. Frederick L. Will promulgated a pragmatic realism from 1941 at Illinois. The tradition of American philosophy was taught also by Arthur E. Murphy, was inaugurated at an early date at the University of Texas.
Edwin T. Mitchell was imbued with the functionalist spirit of pragmatism. Mitchell joined the University of Texas faculty in 1923. George S. Brett taught the history of American philosophy. The State University of New York became a respected pluralistic department under the leadership of Marvin Farber. Peter H. Hare was professor of philosophy from from the late 1960s. Pennsylvania State University became abruptly a haven with the arrival of two scholars for pragmatism and American philosophy. SUNY has been an excellent place for the study of American philosophy.
|Year||Addison Webster Moore|
|1870s||Holmes was a member of the Metaphysical Club with William James in the early 1870s.|
|1890s||John Dewey forged pragmatism at the University of Chicago with George Mead.|
|1905||John Dewey joined a diverse philosophy department in 1905 at Columbia University.|
|1909||Boyd H. Bode was hired in 1909.|
|1911||Addison Webster Moore was a U.S. pragmatist philosopher, president of the Western Philosophical Association in 1911.|
|1923||Mitchell joined the University of Texas faculty in 1923.|
|1927||Sidney Hook joined New York University in 1927 as an Instructor.|
|1928||Charles Hartshorne joined the department in 1928.|
|1930||Moore died in 1930.|
|1938||Toronto's first graduate was selected in 1938.|
|1940s||Milton K. Munitz taught American philosophy in the early 1940s at City College.|
|1941||Frederick L. Will promulgated a pragmatic realism from 1941 at Illinois.|
|1971||Justus Buchler was a professor from 1971.|
|1990s||Two other specialists arrived in the early 1990s.|