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Papers, 1921-1951.

Author: Horace Snyder Fries
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers of a Lawrence College and University of Wisconsin philosophy and psychology professor, who was a proponent of John Dewey's philosophy and interested in social planning, philosophy and democracy, and the ethics of science. Includes correspondence (1921-1951), some with John Dewey, Sidney Hook, Clarence A. Dykstra, Edwin B. Fred, Philip La Follette, David Lilienthal, Max Otto, and other University of Wisconsin  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Manuscript collection
Named Person: John Dewey; Clarence Addison Dykstra; Edwin Broun Fred; Sidney Hook; Philip Fox La Follette; David Eli Lilienthal; Max Carl Otto; Max Carl Otto; David Eli Lilienthal; Philip Fox La Follette; Sidney Hook; Edwin Broun Fred; John Dewey
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Horace Snyder Fries
OCLC Number: 145782292
Description: 2.6 c.f. (7 archives boxes)

Abstract:

Papers of a Lawrence College and University of Wisconsin philosophy and psychology professor, who was a proponent of John Dewey's philosophy and interested in social planning, philosophy and democracy, and the ethics of science. Includes correspondence (1921-1951), some with John Dewey, Sidney Hook, Clarence A. Dykstra, Edwin B. Fred, Philip La Follette, David Lilienthal, Max Otto, and other University of Wisconsin professors and administrators; writings and speeches, including his dissertation, "The Development of Dewey's Utilitarianism"; a file on the Wisconsin State Government In-Service Training Apprenticeship Program which he supervised, and a file on "Vanguard," an experiment in naturalistic religion based on Dewey's "A Common Faith."

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