For instrumentalism, however, the alleged dilemma simply does not exist.
On the contrary, instrumentalism is the only theory to which deduction is not a mystery.
In the logic of instrumentalism, truth has been identified with usefulness and the good with the satisfactory.
But it differs widely from the instrumentalism of the Neo-Hegelian school both in its form and derivation.
Dewey's instrumentalism rests upon a very special psychological interpretation, which puts action first and thought second.
Is instrumentalism only283 philistinism called by a more descriptive name?