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Experience and Nature   Paul Carus lectures  John Dewey

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0-87548-097-7 $40.00       paper
360 pages
(June 1987)


Experience and Nature

Paul Carus lectures
John Dewey

In this series of lectures, Dewey presents the metaphysics underlying his influential views on science, ethics, education, and social reform. His starting point is that existence is a mingling of the stable and predictable with the shifting and hazardous. The notion of causality has a practical basis, and science is concerned with bringing about preconceived ends. On this basis, Dewey develops his conception of the mind as a manifestation of social interactions, and expounds his distinctive views on the mind-body problem, esthetics, and values in general.


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