The later works: 1925-1953. 1925-1927 : [essays, reviews, miscellany and "The public and its problems"]

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Southern Illinois University Press,cc1981, 1988 - Social Science - 464 pages
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With the exception of Experience and Nature, (Volume 1 of the Later Works), this volume contains all of Dewey’s writ­ings for 1925 and 1926, as well as his 1927 book, The Public and Its Problems. A Modern Language Association’s Com­mittee on Scholarly Editions textual edi­tion.

 

The first essay in this volume, “The Development of American Pragmatism,” is perhaps Dewey’s best-known article of these years, emphasizing the uniquely American origins of his own philosophi­cal innovations. Other essays focus on Dewey’s continuing investigation of the “nature of intelligent conduct,” as, for example, his debate with David Wight Prall on the underpinnings of value, his study of sense-perception, and his support for outlawing of war. Also appearing here are Dewey’s final articles on the culture of the developing world, written for the New Republic after his travels to China, Turkey, and Mexico.

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Contents

The Development of American Pragmatism
3
Corporate Personality
22
A Naturalistic Theory of SensePerception
44
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

James Gouinlock is Professor of Philos­ophy at Emory University, Atlanta, and John Dewey Lecturer for 1983.

 

Jo Ann Boydston is General Editor of The Col­lected Works of John Dewey and Director of the Center for Dewey Studies.

 

Bridget A.Walsh, Textual Editor for this Volume, is a member of the Dewey Cen­ter Staff.