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    John Dewey and the Philosophy and Practice of Hope.Stephen Fishman & Lucille McCarthy - 2007 - University of Illinois Press.
    _Inspiring new techniques for engaging students with democratic ideals_ _John Dewey and the Philosophy and Practice of Hope_ combines philosophical theory with a study of its effects in an actual classroom. To understand how Dewey, one of the century's foremost philosophers of education, understood the concept of hope, Stephen Fishman begins with theoretical questions like: What is hope? What are its objects? How can hope foster a new understanding of democracy and social justice? The book's second half is a classroom (...)
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    Conflicting Uses of 'Happiness' and the Human Condition.Stephen M. Fishman & Lucille McCarthy - 2013 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 45 (5):509-515.
    Nel Noddings claims that there is an important normative element in happiness. For support, she points to the Aristotelian idea of the eudaimonic life, a concept that is often translated into English as ‘the happy life’. However, in light of the wide divergence between the Aristotelian view of eudaimonia as a life of virtuous activity and most contemporary psychologists’ and lay people’s view of happiness as subjective wellbeing, the authors of this article believe that Noddings’s merging of the two has (...)
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    John Dewey on Happiness: Going Against the Grain of Contemporary Thought.Stephen M. Fishman & Lucille McCarthy - 2009 - Contemporary Pragmatism 6 (2):111-135.
    Dewey's theory of happiness goes against the grain of much contemporary psychologic and popular thought by identifying the highest form of human happiness with moral behavior. Such happiness, according to Dewey, avoids being at the mercy of circumstances because it is independent of the pleasures and successes we take from experience and, instead, is dependent upon the disposition we bring to experience. It accompanies a disposition characterized by an abiding interest in objects in which all can share, one founded upon (...)
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    Adorno, Theodor W. Critical Mod.Ron Dultz, Michael Eldridge, Stephen M. Fishman, Lucille McCarthy, Antony Flew, Peter A. French, E. Theodore, Charles G. Gross & Steven Scott Aspenson - 1998 - Teaching Philosophy 21 (4):427.
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    Marcel and Dewey on Hope: Radical Differences, Noteworthy Similarities.Stephen M. Fishman & Lucille McCarthy - 2005 - Philosophy Today 49 (2):184-199.
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    The Morality and Politics of Hope: John Dewey and Positive Psychology in Dialogue.Stephen M. Fishman & Lucille McCarthy - 2005 - Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 41 (3):675 - 701.