Reconstruction in Philosophy

Reconstruction in Philosophy

John Dewey


The esteemed psychologist and philosopher John Dewey headed for formerly unexplored philosophical territory with this influential paintings. Written almost immediately after international battle I, it embodies Dewey's process of pragmatic humanism and continues that people can reach "a extra ordered and clever happiness" via reconsidering the final word results in their private ideals and emotions. With its promise of accomplishing an knowing of the previous and reaching a brighter destiny, Reconstruction in Philosophy is still ever proper. "A smooth classic." — Philosophy and Phenomenological Research.

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