Faith in Life: John Dewey's Early Philosophy

Fordham University Press (2011)
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Dewey's project -- Cultural and intellectual background -- Rehabilitating Dewey's psychology -- The nature of knowledge -- What we know -- Feeling, will, and self-realization -- Beyond modernist culture -- A new idealism.
Keywords John Dewey  Early thought  Idealism
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Call number B945.D44.M68 2011
ISBN(s) 0823234703   9780823234707
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