The Middle Works, 1899-1924

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SIU Press, 1977 - Philosophy - 470 pages
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Spanning the crucial years of Dewey's move from the University of Chicago to Columbia University, Volume 3 col­lects thirty-six essays and reviews pub­lished at the very time Dewey deter­mined that his professional future would lie in the field of philosophy. After resigning from Chicago, Dewey seriously considered a career in univer­sity administration before finally decid­ing to accept a professorship in the Department of Philosophy at Columbia, where he was to remain the rest of his professional life.

 

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Contents

Logical Conditions of a Scientific i
3
Logical Topics 62 Philosophy and American
83
ioi The Experimental Theory of Knowledge 107
107
Louis Congress of the Arts and Sciences 145
145
Pragmatism 153 The Postulate of Immediate
158
The Place of Industries in Elementary
307
World Views and Their Ethical Implications
310
Introduction of the Orator 325
325
of Chicago College of Education 327 The School
347
The International Congress of Arts and Science
374
An Open Letter to Professor Dewey concerning
390
Index
465
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About the author (1977)

Darnell Rucker, author of The Chi­cago Pragmatists and “Dewey's Ethics” in the Guide to the Works of John Dewey, is Professor of Philosophy at Skidmore College.

Jo Ann Boydston, General Editor of the Middle Works series, is Director of the Center for Dewey Studies, Southern Illinois Uni­versity at Carbondale.