Since you temper your gut instincts with pragmatism and cool thought, trusting them is usually a safe bet.
In foreign policy, he combined a high degree of pragmatism with nationalism.
Such apparent political pragmatism worries many, because of the dangerous precedent it sets.
ideology had been tempered with pragmatism
Underpinning his work is a ruthless pragmatism that many a maestro could learn from.
The primacy of the practical is what links American pragmatism and Heidegger's hermeneutic phenomenology.
In doing so he echoes the humanist pragmatism of Florentine practical mathematics a century before.
The peculiar ethic which they have evolved for themselves embraces a perfectly elastic system with lots of emphasis on pragmatism .
ideology was tempered with pragmatism
But by Thursday morning a note of pragmatism had crept in.