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  1. William R. Caspary (2006). Dewey and Sartre on Ethical Decisions: Dramatic Rehearsal Versus Radical Choice. Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 42 (3):367-393.
    : A highly detailed application of Dewey's "dramatic rehearsal" to a particular ethical dilemma situation is developed here. This illustrates the role of moral imagination and creativity, and of self-discovery and self-transformation, within dramatic rehearsal. A primary concern is to show how decisions emerge through unification; what sorts of decisions emerge; how they can be evaluated; and whether the choices and evaluations accord with what is generally taken to be ethical/moral. Sartre's dilemma of a French student during World War II—who (...)
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  2. William R. Caspary (2004). Beyond Epistemology. Newsletter of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy 32 (99):57-59.
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  3. William R. Caspary (2003). "One and the Same Method": John Dewey's Thesis of Unity of Method in Ethics and Science. Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 39 (3):445 - 468.
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  4. William R. Caspary (2000). Dewey on Democracy. Cornell University Press.
    William R. Caspary makes the case for Dewey as a more discerning and challenging political theorist than this.
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  5. William R. Caspary (1991). Ethical Deliberation as Dramatic Rehearsal: John Dewey's Theory. Educational Theory 41 (2):175-188.
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  6. William R. Caspary (1990). Judgments of Value in John Dewey's Theory of Ethics. Educational Theory 40 (2):155-169.
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