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Dewey

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Citations to John Dewey’s works are to the thirty-seven-volume critical edition The Collected Works of John Dewey, 1882–1953, edited by Jo Ann Boydston (Southern Illinois University Press, 1969–1991). The series includes:

  • [EW] 1967, The Early Works, 1882–1898, 5 volumes. (Scholar)
  • [MW] 1976, The Middle Works, 1899–1924, 15 volumes. (Scholar)
  • [LW] 1981, The Later Works, 1925–1953, 17 volumes. (Scholar)

This critical edition was also published in electronic form as:

  • The Collected Works of John Dewey, 1882–1953: The Electronic Edition, Larry A. Hickman (ed.), Charlottesville, Va.: InteLex Corporation, 1996, available online. To insure uniformity of citation, the electronic edition preserves the line and page breaks of the print edition. (Scholar)

In-text citations give the original publication date, series abbreviation, followed by volume and page number. For example LW10: 12 refers to page 12 of Art as Experience, which is published as volume 10 of The Later Works.

Abbreviations of Dewey works frequently cited

  • [ACF] 1934a, A Common Faith (Scholar)
  • [AE] 1934b, Art as Experience (Scholar)
  • [DE] 1916b, Democracy and Education (Scholar)
  • [E] 1908, Ethics, with James H. Tufts, (Scholar)
  • [E-rev] 1932, Ethics, revised edition, with James H. Tufts, (Scholar)
  • [EEL] 1916c, “Introduction” to Essays in Experimental Logic (Scholar)
  • [EN] 1925a, Experience and Nature (Scholar)
  • [FAE] 1930a, “From Absolutism to Experimentalism” (Scholar)
  • [H&A] 1998, The Essential Dewey (Scholar)
  • [HNC] 1922a, Human Nature and Conduct (Scholar)
  • [HWT] 1910c, How We Think (Scholar)
  • [ION] 1930f, Individualism, Old and New (Scholar)
  • [LSA] 1935, Liberalism and Social Action (Scholar)
  • [LTI] 1938c, Logic: The Theory of Inquiry (Scholar)
  • [PIE] 1905, “The Postulate of Immediate Empiricism” (Scholar)
  • [PP] 1927b, The Public and Its Problems (Scholar)
  • [QC] 1929, The Quest for Certainty: A Study of the Relation of Knowledge and Action (Scholar)
  • [RAC] 1896, “The Reflex Arc Concept in Psychology” (Scholar)
  • [RIP] 1920, Reconstruction in Philosophy (Scholar)
  • [TIF] 1930d, “Three Independent Factors in Morals” (Scholar)
  • [TV] 1939e, Theory of Valuation (Scholar)

Individual works

  • 1884, “The New Psychology”, Andover Review, 2(Sept.): 278–289. Reprinted in EW1: 48–60. (Scholar)
  • 1886, “Psychology as Philosophic Method”, Mind, old series, 11(42), 153–173. Reprinted in EW1: 144–67. doi:10.1093/mind/os-xi.42.153 (Scholar)
  • 1887, Psychology, New York: Harper and Brothers. Reprinted in EW2.
  • 1891, Outlines of a Critical Theory of Ethics, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Register Publishing Company. Reprinted in EW3: 239–388.
  • 1893, Dewey, review of Bosanquet, “A History of Aesthetic, by Bernard Bosanquet, formerly Fellow of University College, Oxford”, Philosophical Review, 2 (Jan. 1893):63–69. Reprinted in EW4: 189–197. (Scholar)
  • 1894a, The Study of Ethics: A Syllabus, Ann Arbor, MI: The Inland Press. Reprinted in EW4: 220–362.
  • 1894b, “The Theory of Emotion I: Emotional Attitudes”, Psychological Review, 1(6): 553–569. Reprinted in EW4: 152–169. doi:10.1037/h0069054 (Scholar)
  • 1895, “The Theory of Emotion II: The Significance of Emotions”, Psychological Review, 2(1): 13–32. Reprinted in EW4: 169–188. doi:10.1037/h0070927 (Scholar)
  • [RAC] 1896, “The Reflex Arc Concept in Psychology” (Scholar), Psychological Review, 3(4): 357–370. Reprinted in EW5: 96–109. doi:10.1037/h0070405
  • 1897a, “Ethical Principles Underlying Education”, in Third Yearbook of the National Herbart Society, Chicago: The National Herbart Society, pp. 7–33. Reprinted in EW5: 54–83. (Scholar)
  • 1897b, “My Pedagogic Creed”, School Journal, 54(Jan.): 77–80. Reprinted in EW5: 84–95. (Scholar)
  • 1897c, “The Aesthetic Element in Education”, Addresses and Proceedings of the National Educational Association, pp. 329–30. Reprinted in EW5: 202–204. (Scholar)
  • 1899, The School and Society, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. Reprinted in MW1.
  • 1900 [1916], “Some Stages of Logical Thought”, The Philosophical Review, 9(5): 465–489. Revised and reprinted in 1916d: 183–219. Reprinted in MW1: 152–175. doi:10.2307/2176692 (Scholar)
  • 1903a, “Democracy in Education”, Elementary School Teacher, 4 (1903): 193–204. Reprinted in MW3: 229–239. (Scholar)
  • 1903b, Studies in Logical Theory, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. Reprinted in MW2: 293–378.
  • [PIE] 1905, “The Postulate of Immediate Empiricism” (Scholar), The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods, 2(15): 393–399. Reprinted in MW3: 158–167. doi:10.2307/2011400
  • 1906, “Beliefs and Realities” (later retitled “Beliefs and Existences”), Philosophical Review, 15(2): 113–119; originally read as the Presidential Address at the fifth annual meeting of the American Philosophical Association, at Cambridge, December 28, 1905. Reprinted in MW3: 83–100. doi:10.2307/2177731
  • [E] 1908, with James H. Tufts, Ethics, New York: Henry Holt and Co. Reprinted in MW5. (Scholar)
  • 1908–1909, “The Bearings of Pragmatism Upon Education”, Progressive Journal of Education, originally three papers, 1(Dec. 1908): 1–3; 1(Jan. 1909): 5–8; 1–(Feb. 1909): 6–7. Reprinted in MW4: 178–191 (Scholar)
  • 1910a, “A Short Catechism Concerning Truth”, in The Influence of Darwin on Philosophy, New York: Henry Holt and Co., pp. 154–168. Reprinted in MW6: 3–11. (Scholar)
  • 1910b, “The Experimental Theory of Knowledge”, The Influence of Darwin on Philosophy, New York: Henry Holt and Co., pp. 77–111. Reprinted in MW3: 107–127. (Scholar)
  • [HWT] 1910c, How We Think (Scholar), Boston: D. C. Heath and Co. Reprinted in MW6.
  • 1912, “Contributions to A Cyclopedia of Education”, in MW7: 207–366.
  • 1915, “The Subject-Matter of Metaphysical Inquiry”, The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods, 12(13): 337. Reprinted in MW8: 3–13. doi:10.2307/2013770 (Scholar)
  • 1916a, “Brief Studies in Realism”, in 1916d: 250–280. Reprinted in MW6: 103–122. Revised version of an article in two parts in 1911, Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods, 8(15): 393–400, 8(20): 546–454. (Scholar)
  • 1916b, Democracy and Education: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Education, New York: Macmillan. Reprinted in MW9.
  • [EEL] 1916c, “Introduction” to 1916d: v–vi. Reprinted in MW10: 320–365. (Scholar)
  • 1916d, Essays in Experimental Logic, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • 1917, “The Need for a Recovery of Philosophy”, in his Creative Intelligence: Essays in the Pragmatic Attitude, New York: Henry Holt and Co., pp. 3–69. Reprinted in MW10: 3–49 (Scholar)
  • [RIP] 1920, Reconstruction in Philosophy (Scholar), New York: Henry Holt and Co. Reprinted in MW12.
  • [HNC] 1922a, Human Nature and Conduct (Scholar), New York: Henry Holt and Co. Reprinted in MW14.
  • 1922b, “Realism without Monism or Dualism”, Journal of Philosophy, 19(12): 309–317, 19(13): 351–361 Reprinted in MW13: 40–60. doi:10.2307/2939872 doi:10.2307/2939610 (Scholar)
  • 1923, “Individuality in Education”, General Science Quarterly, 7(3): 157–166. Reprinted in MW15: 170–179. doi:10.1002/sce.3730070301 (Scholar)
  • [EN] 1925a, Experience and Nature (Scholar), Chicago: Open Court Publishing.
  • 1925, “The Naturalistic Theory of Perception by the Senses”, The Journal of Philosophy, 22(22): 596–606. Reprinted in LW2: 44–54 as “A Naturalistic Theory of Sense-Perception”. doi:10.2307/2015056 (Scholar)
  • 1927a, “Half-Hearted Naturalism”, The Journal of Philosophy, 24(3): 57–64. Reprinted in LW3: 73–81. doi:10.2307/2014856 (Scholar)
  • [PP] 1927b, The Public and Its Problems (Scholar), New York: Henry Holt and Co. Reprinted in LW2.
  • 1927c, “The Rôle of Philosophy in the History of Civilization”, The Philosophical Review, 36(1): 1–9. Reprinted in LW3: 3–11 as “Philosophy and Civilization”. doi:10.2307/2179154 (Scholar)
  • 1928, “Social as a Category”, Monist, 38(2): 161–177. Reprinted in LW3: 41–54 as “The Inclusive Philosophical Idea”,. doi:10.5840/monist192838218 (Scholar)
  • [QC] 1929, The Quest for Certainty: A Study of the Relation of Knowledge and Action (Scholar), New York: Minton, Balch and Co. Reprinted in LW4.
  • [FAE] 1930a, “From Absolutism to Experimentalism”, in Contemporary American Philosophy: Personal Statements, George Plimpton Adams and William Pepperell Montague (eds), London: George Allen and Unwin; New York: Macmillan Co., volume 2: 13–27. Reprinted in LW5: 147–60. (Scholar)
  • 1930b, “Psychology and Work”, Personnel Journal, 8(February): 337–341. Reprinted in LW5: 236–242 (Scholar)
  • 1930c, “Qualitative Thought”, Symposium, 1(January): 5–32. Reprinted in his Philosophy and Civilization, New York: Minton, Balch & Company, 1931, pp. 93–116. Reprinted in LW5: 243–262. (Scholar)
  • [TIF] 1930d, “Trois facteurs indépendants en matière de morale”, Charles Cestre (trans.), Bulletin de la société française de philosophie, 30(4): 118–127. First publication in English, 1966, “Three Independent Factors in Morals”, Educational Theory, 16(3): 198–209, Jo Ann Boydston (trans.). Reprinted in LW5: 279–288. doi:10.1111/j.1741-5446.1966.tb00259.x (Scholar)
  • 1930e, “What I Believe”, Forum, 83(March): 176–182. Reprinted in LW5: 267–278. (Scholar)
  • [ION] 1930f, Individualism, Old and New (Scholar), New York: Minton, Balch and Co. Reprinted in LW5: 41–124.
  • 1931, “Context and Thought”, University of California Publications in Philosophy, (Berkeley: University of California Press), 12(3): 203–224. Reprinted in LW6: 3–21. (Scholar)
  • [E-rev] 1932, with James H. Tufts, Ethics, Revised Edition, New York: Henry Holt and Co. Reprinted in LW7. (Scholar)
  • 1933, “Analysis of Reflective Thinking”, in How We Think. a Restatement of the Relation of Reflective Thinking to the Educative Process, new edition, Boston: D. C. Heath and Co., ch. 7. Reprinted in LW8: 196–209. (Scholar)
  • [ACF] 1934a, A Common Faith (Scholar), New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Reprinted in LW9.
  • [AE] 1934b, Art as Experience (Scholar), New York: Minton, Balch and Co. Reprinted in LW10.
  • [LSA] 1935, Liberalism and Social Action (Scholar), New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons. Reprinted in LW11: 1–66.
  • 1936a, “A Liberal Speaks Out for Liberalism”, New York Times Magazine, 23 February 1936, pp. 3, 24. Reprinted in LW11: 282–288. (Scholar)
  • 1936b, “Authority and Social Change”, School and Society, 44(10 October 1936): 457–466. Reprinted in LW11: 130–145. (Scholar)
  • 1937, “Freedom”, chapter 9 in National Education Association, Implications of Social-Economic Goals for Education: A Report of the Committee on Social- Economic Goals of America, Washington, DC: National Education Association, pp. 99–105. Reprinted in LW11: 247–255. (Scholar)
  • 1938a, “Democracy and Education in the World of Today”, pamphlet by the Society for Ethical Culture, New York. Reprinted in LW13: 294–303. (Scholar)
  • 1938b, Experience and Education, New York: Macmillan. Reprinted in LW13.
  • [LTI] 1938c, Logic: The Theory of Inquiry (Scholar), New York: Henry Holt and Co. Reprinted in LW12.
  • 1939a, “Biography of John Dewey”, Jane M. Dewey (ed.), in Schilpp 1939: 3–45. (Scholar)
  • 1939b, “Creative Democracy: The Task Before Us”, in John Dewey and the Promise of America, Progressive, (Education Booklet No. 14), Columbus, OH: American Education Press. Reprinted in LW14: 224–230. (Scholar)
  • 1939c, “Experience, Knowledge, and Value: A Rejoinder”, in Schilpp 1939: 515–608, in LW14: 3–90. (Scholar)
  • 1939d, Freedom and Culture, New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons. Reprinted in LW13: 65–188. (Scholar)
  • [TV] 1939e, Theory of Valuation (Scholar), Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Reprinted in LW13.
  • 1940a, “Nature in Experience”, The Philosophical Review, 49(2): 244–258. Reprinted in LW14: 141–154. doi:10.2307/2180802 (Scholar)
  • 1940b, “Time and Individuality”, in Time and Its Mysteries, series 2, New York: New York University Press, pp. 85–109. Reprinted in LW14: 98–114. (Scholar)
  • 1941, “Propositions, Warranted Assertibility, and Truth”, The Journal of Philosophy, 38(7): 169–186. Reprinted in LW14: 168–188. doi:10.2307/2017978 (Scholar)
  • 1944, “Between Two Worlds”, Address delivered at the Winter Institute of Arts and Sciences, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Fla., 20 March 1944. Printed in LW17: 451–465. (Scholar)
  • 1949, “Experience and Existence: A Comment”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 9(4): 709–713. Reprinted in LW16: 383–390. doi:10.2307/2103300 (Scholar)
  • [H&A] 1998, The Essential Dewey (Scholar), L. Hickman and T. M. Alexander (eds.), Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

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