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William James and John Dewey

Author: Gordon Haddon Clark
Publisher: Hobbs, NM : Trinity Foundation, ©1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Named Person: William James; John Dewey; John Dewey; William James
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gordon Haddon Clark
ISBN: 0940931435 9780940931435
OCLC Number: 36663997
Notes: Combined ed. of earlier works, c1960 and c1963.
Description: viii, 149 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: I. William James --
1. Introduction --
2. The philosophic background --
3. A pluralistic universe --
Monistic idealism --
Hegel and his method --
The compounding of consciousness --
Conclusions --
4. Pragmatism --
What pragmatism means --
Some metaphysical problems --
Pragmatism and common sense --
Pragmatism's conception of truth --
Pragmatism and religion --
Concluding criticisms II. John Dewey --
1. Introduction --
2. Science --
3. Ethics --
Sampling of opinions --
The place of ethics in pragmatism --
Pragmatic flux in ethics --
values --
Casual enjoyments --
Intrinsic quality --
Certainty or security --
De Jure value --
Evil ideals --
Specifications --
Political implications --
Disagreement on murder --
Is life worth living? --
Concluding criticism --
4. Logic --
Instrumentalism --
Behaviorism --
Formal logic --
Existential import --
The law of contradiction.
Responsibility: Gordon H. Clark.

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