A Common Faith

Yale University Press (1934)
This book, first published by Yale University Press, is a summary of Dewey's late philosophy of religion. The book is a standard work in the field for many scholars, and has been continuously in print since the time of its first publication. Dewey defends a naturalism, and this work is an interesting and important contrast to the later religious thought of William James.
Keywords John Dewey  Philosophy of religion  Faith
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ISBN(s) 0300000693   9780300000696  
DOI 10.2307/2180381
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