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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Dewey, John, 1859-1952.
Essays in experimental logic.
New York : Dover Publications, [195-?]
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|Notes:||"Unabridged edition of the first edition originally published by University of Chicago."|
|Description:||444 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||The relationship of thought and its subject-matter --
The antecedents and stimuli of thinking --
Data and meanings --
The objects of thought --
Some stages of logical thought --
The logical character of ideas --
The control of ideas by facts --
Naive realism vs. presentative realism --
Epistemological realism : the alleged ubiquity of the knowledge relation --
The existence of the world as a logical problem --
What pragmatism means by practical --
An added note to the "practical" --
The logic of judgments of practice.
|Responsibility:||by John Dewey.|