John Dewey

NOUN
  1. United States pragmatic philosopher who advocated progressive education (1859-1952)
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  • John Dewey ( 1850 - 1952 ) was a world - wide known educator.
  • Ethics of John Dewey is one of the most creative and vital aspects of his philosophy.
  • As John Dewey maintains in Art as Experience, such attentiveness is itself ultimately liberating, as it expands our apprehension of what "experience" might be like. Literary Study
  • The approach Rorty wants to inherit and critically develop John Dewey's philosophy is always disputed in American philosophy.
  • he was indebted to the pioneering work of John Dewey
  • John Dewey is a very famous American educator and philosopher in pragmatism.
  • But in fact I wholeheartedly endorse Rohan's critical pragmatism; indeed, this kind of pragmatism is at the very core of my philosophy of criticism, along with John Dewey's insistence that it is the aesthetic experience of literature that is the immediate object of critical appreciation, an experience that can be satisfied in a multitude of ways. Principles of Literary Criticism
  • Because it is lucrative, our multinationals offer them extremely low wage labor [sic] that cannot be turned down. blames this kind of now rampant conditioning of students by progressives on philosophical elites at the turn of the twentieth century - notably those who "mainlined" John Dewey's Phi Beta Cons on National Review Online
  • One is about educator John Dewey.
  • Of all the answers assembled by Watson, the clearest comes from the American philosopher John Dewey in 1915, who summed up German civilisation as a "self-conscious idealism with unsurpassed technical efficiency and organisation". The German Genius: Europe's Third Renaissance, the Second Scientific Revolution and the Twentieth Century by Peter Watson – review
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