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Problems of men

Author: John Dewey
Publisher: New York : Philosophical Library, [1946]
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Dewey, John, 1859-1952.
Problems of men.
New York : Philosophical Library, [1946]
(OCoLC)644431403
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Dewey
OCLC Number: 259229
Description: 5 preliminary leaves, 3-424 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction: The problems of men and the present state of philosophy --
pt. 1. Democracy and education: The democratic faith and education (1944) --
Democracy and education in the world of today (1938) --
The challenge of democracy to education (1937) --
Democracy and educational administration (1937) --
The teacher and his world (1935) --
The problem of the liberal arts college (1944) --
The need for orientation (1935) --
Authority and resistance to social change (1936) --
Liberty and social control (1935, 1936) --
The future of liberalism (1935) --
pt. 2. Human nature and scholarship: Challenge to liberal thought (1944) --
The revolt against science (1945) --
The relation of science and philosophy as the basis of education (1938) --
Religion, science and philosophy (1936) --
What is social study? (1938) --
Does human nature change? (1938) --
Nature in experience 1940) --
pt. 3. Value and thought: Logical conditions of a scientific treatment of morality --
Valuation judgments and immediate quality (1943) --
Further as to valuation as judgment (1943) --
Some questions about value (1944) --
The ambiguity of "intrinsic good" (1942) --
By nature and by art (1944) --
How is mind to be known? (1942) --
The objectivisim-subjectivism of modern philosophy (1941) --
Inquiry and indeterminateness of situations (1942) --
Propositions, warranted assertibility, and truth (1941) --
pt. 4. About thinkers: James Marsh and American philosophy (1941) --
The philosophy of William James (1942) --
The vanishing subject in the psychology of James (1942) --
Whitehead's philosophy (1937).
Responsibility: John Dewey.

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