Looking back on some dead world that looks so
new: the idea of the U.N. in the run-up to the
invasion of Iraq.
Irish Journal of Anthropology, 10 (2).
In this paper I would like to address a range of questions
abou! th~ nature and role of the imagination. I would like
to highlight the thought of philosopher, Charles S.
Peir~e,. who dev~oped an unusually complete theory of
senuosIs, reasorung, and the human community. Peirce
was a leading, if under-appreciated, theorist of the
human imagination. As Vincent Colapietro has shown
(1988, 1989), Peirce was a champion of the role of
unique individual im~tion, while also showing the
absolute continuity of Individual thought and that of the
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