Explain the pragmatism of Putnam, Quine and Scheffler (as well as the discussion of pragmatism in chapters 3 in Education and Knowing) and then contrast it with one other approach to morality described in chapter 2.

Explain the pragmatism of Putnam, Quine and Scheffler (as well as the discussion of pragmatism in chapters 3 in Education and Knowing) and then contrast it with one other approach to morality described in chapter 2. Finish by explaining how one best fulfills the ideal of leadership as moral architecture.Textbook resource-The title of the book is education for knowing by Paul Wagner and frank fairhttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Frank-Fair/publication/346547948_Education_for_Knowing/links/5fc6be2d45851568d13225b2/Education-for-Knowing.pdf?origin=publication_detail