Joseph Ratner (essay date 1939)
SOURCE: "Dewey's Conception of Philosophy," in The Philosophy of John Dewey, Northwestern University, 1939, pp. 49-73.
[In the following essay, Ratner examines Dewey 's personal definition and objectives for his philosophy, concluding that Dewey believed philosophy to be an integral element of all human life. ]
In his opening contribution to Studies in Logical Theory, Dewey outlined a conception of philosophy which, from the vantage point of the present time, we can see he has been working on and working out...
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