Arthur E. Murphy (essay date 1939)
SOURCE: "Dewey's Epistemology and Metaphysics," in The Philosophy of John Dewey, Northwestern University, 1939, pp. 195-225.
[In the following essay, Murphy declares that Dewey's philosophical methods are unsound because they do not adopt scientific or practical methodology.]
In harmony with Spinoza's observation that Peter's idea of Paul is likely to give us a better notion of Peter than of Paul, it will doubtless be observed that the essays in this volume reflect the preconceptions and interpretative...
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