John Dewey: A Beginner's Guide

Oneworld (2008)

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David L. Hildebrand
University of Colorado Denver
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A critical introduction to the major areas of John Dewey's philosophical thought: psychology, epistemology, ethics, politics, education, aesthetics, and philosophy of religion.
Keywords Dewey, pragmatism, American philosophy  ethics, epistemology, inquiry, education  aesthetics, liberalism, functionalism, instrumentalism
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