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This is the book that set back education 1,000 years. Here Dewey elucidates his ideas about what is acceptable in religion and how it is to be excluded from the classrooms of America. This became the ... Read full review
A dissection of religious belief that tells us more about its author than it tells us about religious belief. The influence of James and the pragmatist tradition is evident. This pragmatist approach is maintained in Rorty's view of religious belief as conversation and not supernatural dogma. For similar but clearer empiricist approaches ,read Braithwaite's and Hare. Of mostly historical value.