Review of Campbell, The Community Reconstructs [Book Review]

Journal of Value Inquiry 29 (2):279-284 (1995)

H. G. Callaway
Temple University
As explained in the Preface, this book connects two sets of goals, one historical and the other social. The historical aim is to "recover a fuller understanding" of the American intellectual past, and the social aims concern the "complexities of building a better future." The chief thesis is that "these two sets of goals should be connected." Among others, gratitude is expressed for the work of John J. McDermott.
Keywords John Dewey  pragmatism  Social and political philosophy
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