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||Art as Experience, in Later
Works, vol. 10 (1934)
||Democracy and Education, in Middle
Works, vol. 9 (1916)
||Experience and Nature, in Later
Works, vol. 1 (1925)
||Human Nature and Conduct, in Middle
Works, vol. 14 (1922)
||How We Think, in Middle Works,
vol. 6 (1910).
||Ethics, rev. ed.(John Dewey and James Tufts),
in Later Works, vol. 7 (1932).
||“The Influence of Darwin on Philosophy,”
in Middle Works, vol. 4 (1909).
||Lectures on Ethics, 1900–1901, Ed. D. Koch,
Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press (1991).
||“The Logic of Judgments of Practice,” in
Middle Works, vol. 8 (1915).
||The Public and Its Problems, in Later
Works, vol. 2 (1927).
||Reconstruction in Philosophy, in Middle
Works, vol. 12 (1920).
||“Three Independent Factors in Morals,” in
Later Works, vol. 5 (1930).
||Theory of Valuation, in Later Works,
vol. 13 (1939).
||“Valuation and Experimental Knowledge,” in
Middle Works, vol. 13 (1922).
||“Value, Objective Reference, and
Criticism,” in Later Works, vol. 2 (1925).