The Political Writings

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Hackett Publishing, 1993 - 248 pages
An anthology that presents John Dewey's major political writings, which display Dewey's philosophical method, his controversial views on war and education, his essential contributions to democratic theory, and his distinctive brand of progressive political ideology.

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AntiNaturalism in Extremis 1943
Pragmatism and Democracy
Science and Free Culture 1939
Art Science and Moral Progress
Individuality in Our Day 1929
Art as Experience
Education for Social Change
The Democratic Conception in Education 1916
The Need of an Industrial Education
The Pathos of Liberalism 1935
for Their Realization 1939
Their Interdependence and Leon Trotskys
Creative DemocracyThe Task Before Us 1939
John Dewey Responds 1950

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John Dewey (1859-1952) authored over a dozen books and scores of articles in both scholarly and popular publications. He rightly deserves the title of America's foremost philosopher and his work will influence intellectuals throughout the world for many years to come.

Romance author Debrah Morris grew up in Claremore, Oklahoma. She earned a bachelor's degree in communications, got married, and had three children. While taking an adult writing class, she collaborated with another writer and they sold their first novel to Silhouette Romance in 1985. This collaboration produced four pseudonyms and more than twenty contemporary and historical romances. Before staring her solo writing career, she earned a post-graduate degree in speech language pathology and worked in an adult neurological rehabilitation center. Her novels have been nominated for Booksellers Best, National Readers' Choice Awards, and Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award for Best Silhouette Romance 2002. She also speaks at writing workshops and teaches writing in a university program and to adults.

Ian Shapiro is Sterling Professor of Political Science at Yale University, where he also serves as Henry R. Luce Director of the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies.

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