Irving King (essay date 1917)
SOURCE: A review of Democracy and Education, in The American Journal of Sociology, Vol. XXII, No. 5, March, 1917, pp. 674-76.
[In the following review of Dewey's Democracy and Education, King attempts to elucidate Dewey's theories in order to support his thesis that the work is a worthwhile study of sociology, education, and philosophy.]
All students of philosophy and sociology, as well as of education, welcome this comprehensive and fundamental statement of Professor Dewey's educational philosophy....
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