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A pragmatist responds to epistemic and other kinds of frictions in the academy 
Susan Saegert

, the recent high profile of ‘white supremacists’, the emergence of movements challenging the ways men use power over women (cf. the ‘#MeToo’ movement), and counter-movements defending masculine prerogatives (cf. the ‘Incels’) demonstrate that the issues of racism and sexism are far from dead in the broader culture. The sense that we as students felt in 1969 that racism and sexism were in inevitable decline is long gone. The concept of gender has become more fluid in popular and academic discourse while that of race seems to have hardened. Both race and gender remain

in The power of pragmatism