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The article discusses the use of the concept of pragmatism in the philosophy of education. It is shown that socio-pragmatic activity involves not just the use of different approaches within the philosophical direction, but also the definition of the correct tools that can present such activities as pragmatic and productive. Socio-pragmatic activity is aimed at achieving a certain result, which is initially assumed by an individual with special needs (OP).doi:10.24412/9215-0365-2021-59-3-49-51 fatcat:hp2dc23t4fabjafxnbh2f6ikx4