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Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 32 AUGUST 9, 1950 MEN WITH IDEAS: JOHN DEWEY IT would be uncomplicated and pat t ... o call John Dewey the philosopher of an age of unbelief, and i ... e rest of our discussion to the arid view that Dr. Dewey, while a "good" man and a devoted educator, has ove ... though embodying a major conventional criticism of John Dewey and his influence in education and philosoph ... called pragmatism. (Quoted by Sidney Hook in John Dewey, An Intellectual Portrait.) This statement makes it ... - [detail] - [similar]
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VIII, NO. 22 JUNE 1, 1955 IN BEHALF OF JOHN DEWEY JOHN DEWEY has been charged with many t ... ent publication of a book entitled The Nihilism of John Dewey, in which the author is at great pains to sh ... ow that Dewey, in his philosophical works, makes the easy classif ... o not propose, here, any sort of formal defense of John Dewey. This has been effectively accomplished by h ... of personal responsibility in decision and action. Dewey, in short, opposed all "formula" morality and endea ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XVI, NO. 45 NOVEMBER 6, 1963 WHAT IS TRUTH? NOWADAYS, the man who gathers his resources a ... aturday Evening Post for Oct. 12 has an article by John Kobler on Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, a French Jes ... 1934 Yale University Press issued a small book by John Dewey called A Common Faith, made up of the Terry ... It must have been an interesting phenomenon: John Dewey, the iconoclast of all possible theologies, winning ... he truth that was in him frightened them away. For Dewey, they discovered, was determined to do entirely wit ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XL, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 23, 1987 THE GROUNDS FOR HOPE WHAT kind of beings are humans? Are we ... eptember 23, 1987 5 REVIEW DEMOCRACY—A MORAL IDEAL JOHN DEWEY celebrated his eightieth birthday in 1939. H ... 1985), Richard J. Bernstein contributed a paper on Dewey, based on that talk, which seems one of the best ap ... that Dewey took to be the mark of all philosophy. Dewey, Bernstein points out, didn't think much of preache ... tances." Mr. Bernstein concludes with a tribute to John Dewey that we are happy to repeat: For what is mos ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME VI, NO. 16 APRIL 22, 1953 CULTURE AND HUMAN GREATNESS WHEN it comes to examining our civi ... he children), or savings religiously set aside for Johnny's education; it may be the election of a safe an ... being pinned upon educational leaders. Take either John Dewey or Robert Hutchins, for example. Dr. Hutchin ... r in Eastman's description of his own meeting with Dewey, and of how Dewey avoided red tape in the selection ... est intellectual friend. The following portrait of Dewey, working in the classroom, is unforgettable. Here i ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME V, NO. 28 JULY 9, 1952 THE NEW "ENEMY": SECULARISM EVEN if Mr. J. Edgar Hoover had not de ... ous commentary. The Christian Century editorial on John Dewey, who died June 1 at the age of ninety-two, p ... rovides a good illustration. Dewey, the writer points out, was a philosopher of the He ... the undeveloped ethical instincts of human beings. Dewey, as a thoughtful student of his works once observed ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXV, NO. 41 OCTOBER 11, 1972 AUTHORITY AND POWER A POST-WAR novel by Gordon Merrick, The ... ertook the reorganization of the curriculum of St. John's College, at Annapolis, in 1937. There are severa ... ic man he had known, he added, was Alexander Mieklejohn.) In the mid-1930's, Robert M. Hutchins, then Pres ... already going on, headed by Hutchins against John Dewey, but it's true it was a war. Anyone in the elective ... hat colleges were doing. But Buchanan regarded St. John's program as a search, and long after, speaking to ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XIV, NO. 3 JANUARY 18, 1961 THE PROBLEM OF KNOWLEDGE ONE of the fairly obvious characteri ... "the 'egghead' or quality or highbrow paperback." John Steinbeck has always been popular in England and m ... nventional thinking on war. A paperback version of John Horne Burns' The Gallery, first published by Harpe ... for consideration when it is recognized that, for Dewey, educational technique involved only half the educa ... tic examples of what it contributes to human life. John Dewey, whatever else we may say about him, qualifi ... - [detail] - [similar]
Author: Manas Reprints
Volume II, No. 5 February 2, 1949 THE PROJECT OF EDUCATION LOOKING back over the half-century no ... nt in any other field. We are thinking of men like John Dewey, Alexander Meiklejohn, Arthur Morgan, and Ro ... n Parkhurst. At the college level are Antioch, St. John's, Black Mountain, and the University of Chicago. ... and they have tried honestly to do their job. John Dewey, for example, early in the century, felt that the t ... to be used sparingly and with precise intent. Dr. Dewey, however, did not let his generation down. A great ... - [detail] - [similar]
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VII, NO. 4 JANUARY 27, 1954 TWENTIETH CENTURY PANTHEISM THE debt of the twentieth century ... gant in expression and careless in thought. Unlike John Dewey, the most influential "father" of Progressiv ... , but illustrates the author's genuine respect for John Dewey—a respect he cannot find in equal measure fo ... nt with the "dialectic" of Marxist theory. Nor can Dewey, with his views of human nature and conduct, share ... tical or revolutionary action. For many readers of Dewey, the transfer of the Russian people by revolution f ... - [detail] - [similar]
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