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Intelligence in the modern world : John Dewey's philosophy

Author: John Dewey; Joseph Ratner
Publisher: New York : Modern Library, [1939]
Series: Modern library of the world's best books.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st Modern Library giant edView all editions and formats
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Selections from writings of John Dewey, with a 241 p. introduction by the editor.
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Dewey, John, 1859-1952.
Intelligence in the modern world.
New York, Modern Library [1939]
(OCoLC)610013966
Named Person: John Dewey; John I Ely; Samuel Meyers; John Dewey
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Dewey; Joseph Ratner
OCLC Number: 268377
Notes: Supplemented by : A critical index, indexing all Dewey's ideas and explications of terms ... Also a supplementary analytic index ... (28, 8 l ; 29 cm.) Published : Sharon, Mass. : Edward A. Post, 1960. Call No. : B945.D41 R17 Index.
Donation in memory of Lionel V. Patenaude
Description: xv, 1077 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: The Meanings of Philosophy : Philosophy and Culture ; Philosophy and the Education of Man ; The Critical Function of Philosophy --
The Great Philosophic Separation : The Quest for Certainty ; The Historic Mission of Philosophy --
Philosophy And Science : The Modern Crisis ; Ancient and Modern Science Contrasted ; Philosophic Implications of Modern Science --
Science And The Future Of Society --
The Modes Of Societal Life : The Private and the Public ; Government and State ; State and Society ; Communication and Communal Living ; The Democratic Form --
The Individual In The New Society : The Individual in the Cultural Crisis ; The Economic Basis of the New Society --
Intelligence In Social Action : Classes, Groups and Masses ; The Class Struggle ; The Meaning and Office of Liberalism ; Socializing Intelligence --
Nationalism And Internationalism : Nationalism and Its Fruits ; Ethics and International Relations ; Force, Violence and Law --
International Law And The Security Of Nations : On International Cooperation ; On America's Responsibility ; Preconditions of the Security of Nations ; International Law and the War-System ; Editor's Note ; Sanctions and the Security of Nations --
Fundamentals Of The Educational Process : The Art of Education ; Learning and Doing ; The Training of Thinking ; Individuality and Freedom ; The Continuity of the Educational Process --
Science And Philosophy Of Education : Education as a Science ; Sources of a Science of Education ; Traditional vs. Progressive Education ; Philosophy of Experience ; The Organization of Study ; Means and End of Education --
The Schools And The Social Welfare : The Schools in the Social Order ; Education and Social Change ; Educators and the Class Struggle ; The Schools and Religions ; Democracy in the Schools ; Academic Freedom ; Education and American Culture --
The Psychology Of Conduct : Habits and Will ; Impulses and Instincts ; Intelligence --
Intelligence In Morals : Individual and Social Morality ; Reflection in the Moral Situation ; Experimentalism in Moral Theory ; Endings in Nature and Ends for Man ; The Satisfying and the Valuable --
Perception, Language and Mind : Theory of Perception ; Physical, Psychophysical and Mental ; Language and Mind ; Mind and Consciousness ; The Unity of the Human Being --
Thinking And Meaning : The Natural History of Thinking ; The Pattern of Reflective Thinking ; The Development of Meanings ; Systems of Meanings and Symbols --
Principles Of Logic : The Genesis of Logical Forms ; Explanation of Situation ; Judgment and Proposition ; Interpretation of the Syllogism ; Induction and Deduction --
Knowledge, Science And Truth : Meanings: Valid and Invalid ; Knowledge as Instrumental and Hypothetical ; Experimental Verification and Truth ; Pure and Applied Science ; Social Science and Social Control --
The Artistic-Esthetic In Experience : The Roots of Esthetic Experience ; The Experience of Esthetic Quality ; The Work of Art and Esthetic Perception ; Substance and Form ; Art, Philosophy and Morals --
The Religious In Experience --
Comprehensive Working Ideas : Continuities in Nature ; The Methods of Philosophy ; Precarious and Stable Events ; Process and Structure ; Causes and Effects (Means and Ends) ; The Social.
Series Title: Modern library of the world's best books.
Responsibility: edited, and with introduction, by Joseph Ratner.

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Selections from writings of John Dewey, with a 241 p. introduction by the editor.

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