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Dewey : The Arguments of the Philosophers - Tiles

Dewey

The Arguments of the Philosophers

By: Tiles

Paperback Published: 18th July 2005
ISBN: 9780415053105
Number Of Pages: 276

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John Dewey was a pioneer of progressive educational approaches, as well as a politically active liberal and an unconventional philosopher. His highly original version of pragmatism--his "instrumentalism"--has held a pre-eminent place in American philosophy during the first half of this century.
The dominant characteristic of Dewey's thought was his desire to resist thinking of the main aspects of human life in isolation from one another, and to resist the institutionalization of their separation. J. E. Tiles traces the consequences of Dewey's philosophy by relating them to the views of his fellow pragmatists, James and Peirce, and confronting them with the criticisms of his contemporaries, such as Russell and Lovejoy. This book also contrasts Dewey's ideas with doctrines advanced by philosophers of the past such as Aristotle and Hume, as well as by philosophers who have risen in prominence since Dewey's death, such as Bernard Williams and Thomas Nagel.

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"This new title in "The Arguments of the Philosophers series is a very good text ... whether in exclusively philosophical subjects, or as a philosophical influence in the linguistic, psychological or social sciences." -Choice

ISBN: 9780415053105
ISBN-10: 0415053102
Series: The Arguments of the Philosophers
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 276
Published: 18th July 2005
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.88  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.43
Edition Number: 1

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