University of Chicago Press (2019)

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"This book tells the story of how Jane Addams, during her first decade at Hull House, used social evolutionary thinking to develop a method of ethical deliberation. Addams presented her method for addressing the most troubling social problems of the era in Democracy and Social Ethics, a foundational text of classical American pragmatism."--Provided by publisher.
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ISBN(s) 022663132X   9780226631462   9780226631325
DOI 10.7208/9780226631462
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