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The essential Dewey, edited by Larry A. Hickman and Thomas M. Alexander

Label
The essential Dewey
Title
The essential Dewey
Statement of responsibility
edited by Larry A. Hickman and Thomas M. Alexander
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1859-1952
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Dewey, John
Dewey number
191
Index
index present
LC call number
B945.D41
LC item number
H53 1998
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1942-
  • 1952-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Hickman, Larry A.
  • Alexander, Thomas M.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Philosophy
  • Philosophy
  • Philosophy
Label
The essential Dewey, edited by Larry A. Hickman and Thomas M. Alexander
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. Pragmatism, Education, Democracy -- Dewey In Context -- The Development of American Pragmatism -- From Absolutism to Experimentalism -- What I Believe -- Pragmatic America -- The Pragmatic Acquiescence -- Reconstructing Philosophy -- The Influence of Darwinism on Philosophy -- The Need for a Recovery of Philosophy -- Philosophy and Democracy -- Philosophy and Civilization -- Existence, Value and Criticism (from Experience And Nature) -- Philosophy's Search for the Immutable (from The Quest For Certainty) -- Evolutionary Naturalism -- The Postulate of Immediate Empiricism -- Pure Experience and Reality: A Disclaimer -- Does Reality Possess Practical Character? -- Nature, Life and Body-Mind (from Experience And Nature) -- Nature in Experience -- Anti-Naturalism in Extremis -- Pragmatic Metaphysics -- The Subject-Matter of Metaphysical Inquiry -- Events and the Future -- Appearing and Appearance -- Qualitative Thought -- Context and Thought -- Time and Individuality -- The Aims Of Education -- My Pedagogic Creed -- The Child and the Curriculum -- The Moral Training Given by the School Community (from Moral Principles In Education) -- Aims in Education (from Democracy And Education) -- Natural Development and Social Efficiency as Aims (from Democracy And Education) -- Nationalizing Education -- Education as Engineering -- Education in Relation to Form (from How We Think) -- The Individual, The Community, And Democracy -- Search for the Public (from The Public And Its Problems) -- Search for the Great Community (from The Public And Its Problems) -- The Inclusive Philosophic Idea -- A Critique of American Civilization -- Renascent Liberalism (from Liberalism And Social Action) -- Democracy Is Radical -- Creative Democracy: The Task Before Us -- Pragmatism And Culture: Science And Technology, Art, And Religon -- Fundamentals -- Science, Belief and the Public -- Logical Method and Law -- Science and Society (from Philosophy And Civilization) -- Social Science and Social Control -- By Nature and by Art -- Common Sense and Scientific Inquiry (from Logic: The Theory Of Inquiry) -- The Live Creature (from Art As Experience) -- Religion versus the Religious (from A Common Faith)
  • v. 2. Ethics, Logic, Psychology -- Habit, Conduct, And Language -- The Reflex Arc Concept in Psychology -- Interpretation of Savage Mind -- Introduction (from Human Nature And Conduct) -- The Place of Habit in Conduct (from Human Nature And Conduct) -- Nature, Communication and Meaning (from Experience And Nature) -- Conduct and Experience -- The Existential Matrix of Inquiry: Cultural (from Logic: The Theory Of Inquiry) -- Meaning, Truth, And Inquiry -- The Superstition of Necessity -- The Problem of Truth -- Logical Objects -- Analysis of Reflective Thinking (from How We Think) -- The Place of Judgment in Reflective Activity (from How We Think) -- General Propositions, Kinds, and Classes -- The Problem of Logical Subject-Matter (from Logic: The Theory Of Inquiry) -- The Pattern of Inquiry (from Logic: The Theory Of Inquiry) -- Mathematical Discourse (from Logic: The Theory Of Inquiry) -- The Construction of Judgment (from Logic: The Theory Of Inquiry) -- General Theory of Propositions (from Logic: The Theory Of Inquiry) -- Propositions, Warranted Assertibility, and Truth -- Importance, Significance, and Meaning -- Valuations And Ethics -- Evolution and Ethics -- The Logic of Judgments of Practice -- Valuation and Experimental Knowledge -- Value, Objective Reference, and Criticism -- The Ethics of Animal Experimentation -- Philosophies of Freedom -- Three Independent Factors in Morals -- The Good of Activity (from Human Nature And Conduct) -- Moral Judgment and Knowledge (from Ethics) -- The Moral Self (from Ethics) -- Interpretations And Critiques -- Democracy and America (from Freedom And Culture (on Thomas Jefferson)) -- Emerson: The Philosoher of Democracy (on Ralph Waldo Emerson) -- Peirce's Theory of Quality (on Charles S. Peirce) -- What Pragmatism Means by "Practical" (on William James) -- Voluntarism and the Roycean Philosophy (on Josiah Royce) -- Perception and Organic Action (on Henri Bergson) -- The Existence of the World as a Logical Problem (on Bertrand Russell) -- Whitehead's Philosophy (on Alfred North Whitehead)
Control code
ocm38016535
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
2 volumes
Isbn
9780253211859
Lccn
97043936
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o38016535
  • (OCoLC)38016535
Label
The essential Dewey, edited by Larry A. Hickman and Thomas M. Alexander
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. Pragmatism, Education, Democracy -- Dewey In Context -- The Development of American Pragmatism -- From Absolutism to Experimentalism -- What I Believe -- Pragmatic America -- The Pragmatic Acquiescence -- Reconstructing Philosophy -- The Influence of Darwinism on Philosophy -- The Need for a Recovery of Philosophy -- Philosophy and Democracy -- Philosophy and Civilization -- Existence, Value and Criticism (from Experience And Nature) -- Philosophy's Search for the Immutable (from The Quest For Certainty) -- Evolutionary Naturalism -- The Postulate of Immediate Empiricism -- Pure Experience and Reality: A Disclaimer -- Does Reality Possess Practical Character? -- Nature, Life and Body-Mind (from Experience And Nature) -- Nature in Experience -- Anti-Naturalism in Extremis -- Pragmatic Metaphysics -- The Subject-Matter of Metaphysical Inquiry -- Events and the Future -- Appearing and Appearance -- Qualitative Thought -- Context and Thought -- Time and Individuality -- The Aims Of Education -- My Pedagogic Creed -- The Child and the Curriculum -- The Moral Training Given by the School Community (from Moral Principles In Education) -- Aims in Education (from Democracy And Education) -- Natural Development and Social Efficiency as Aims (from Democracy And Education) -- Nationalizing Education -- Education as Engineering -- Education in Relation to Form (from How We Think) -- The Individual, The Community, And Democracy -- Search for the Public (from The Public And Its Problems) -- Search for the Great Community (from The Public And Its Problems) -- The Inclusive Philosophic Idea -- A Critique of American Civilization -- Renascent Liberalism (from Liberalism And Social Action) -- Democracy Is Radical -- Creative Democracy: The Task Before Us -- Pragmatism And Culture: Science And Technology, Art, And Religon -- Fundamentals -- Science, Belief and the Public -- Logical Method and Law -- Science and Society (from Philosophy And Civilization) -- Social Science and Social Control -- By Nature and by Art -- Common Sense and Scientific Inquiry (from Logic: The Theory Of Inquiry) -- The Live Creature (from Art As Experience) -- Religion versus the Religious (from A Common Faith)
  • v. 2. Ethics, Logic, Psychology -- Habit, Conduct, And Language -- The Reflex Arc Concept in Psychology -- Interpretation of Savage Mind -- Introduction (from Human Nature And Conduct) -- The Place of Habit in Conduct (from Human Nature And Conduct) -- Nature, Communication and Meaning (from Experience And Nature) -- Conduct and Experience -- The Existential Matrix of Inquiry: Cultural (from Logic: The Theory Of Inquiry) -- Meaning, Truth, And Inquiry -- The Superstition of Necessity -- The Problem of Truth -- Logical Objects -- Analysis of Reflective Thinking (from How We Think) -- The Place of Judgment in Reflective Activity (from How We Think) -- General Propositions, Kinds, and Classes -- The Problem of Logical Subject-Matter (from Logic: The Theory Of Inquiry) -- The Pattern of Inquiry (from Logic: The Theory Of Inquiry) -- Mathematical Discourse (from Logic: The Theory Of Inquiry) -- The Construction of Judgment (from Logic: The Theory Of Inquiry) -- General Theory of Propositions (from Logic: The Theory Of Inquiry) -- Propositions, Warranted Assertibility, and Truth -- Importance, Significance, and Meaning -- Valuations And Ethics -- Evolution and Ethics -- The Logic of Judgments of Practice -- Valuation and Experimental Knowledge -- Value, Objective Reference, and Criticism -- The Ethics of Animal Experimentation -- Philosophies of Freedom -- Three Independent Factors in Morals -- The Good of Activity (from Human Nature And Conduct) -- Moral Judgment and Knowledge (from Ethics) -- The Moral Self (from Ethics) -- Interpretations And Critiques -- Democracy and America (from Freedom And Culture (on Thomas Jefferson)) -- Emerson: The Philosoher of Democracy (on Ralph Waldo Emerson) -- Peirce's Theory of Quality (on Charles S. Peirce) -- What Pragmatism Means by "Practical" (on William James) -- Voluntarism and the Roycean Philosophy (on Josiah Royce) -- Perception and Organic Action (on Henri Bergson) -- The Existence of the World as a Logical Problem (on Bertrand Russell) -- Whitehead's Philosophy (on Alfred North Whitehead)
Control code
ocm38016535
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
2 volumes
Isbn
9780253211859
Lccn
97043936
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o38016535
  • (OCoLC)38016535

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