Reconstruction in Philosophy
The basic postulate of the text: namely, that the distinctive office, problems and subjectmatter of philosophy grow out of stresses and strains in the community life in which a given form of philosophy arises, and that its specific problems vary with the changes in human life that are always going on.
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Dewey's book is an attempt to articulate an alternative vision of what philosophy would look like if it completely eradicated all and not just some remainders of our ancient, superstitious mode of ... Read full review
Review: Reconstruction in PhilosophyUser Review - Jeffrey Albrecht - Goodreads
Dewey criticizes philosophers for failing to approach current issues, preferring instead to continue dragging out age old topics that have little relevance to currently pressing issues. Read full review