Cheryl Misak talks about her past and current work on pragmatism and the naturalist tradition. She first discusses C.S. Peirce, American pragmatism's founder, and explains his conception of truth as one which attempts to find middle ground between Kantian transcendental idealism and empirical naturalism. Misak then talks about the pragmatist movement – first about its founding and then about the disagreements between members that splintered the movement. In the last part, Misak discusses her ongoing work on Frank Ramsey. She argues that Ramsey ought to be understood as working in the pragmatist tradition and that we can see this in the significant influence he had on Wittgenstein's shift away from logical atomism. Cheryl Misak is University Professor at the University of Toronto.