From 1905 until his death, Dewey published some of his most significant papers and replied to some of his most important critics in The Journal of Philosophy. These exchanges tell the story of the development of his philosophy in its greatest period. Here in one volume are Dewey's seminal papers, critical commentaries by Russell, Lewis, Santayana, et al., Dewey replies to his critics, and an introductory essay by Morgenbesser placing Dewey and his critics in the perspective of contemporary philosophical thought.gence does not commit it to unqualified pacificism, but to the unremitting use of every method of intelligence that conditions permit, and ... It is absurd to conceive liberty as that of the business entrepreneur and ignore the immense regimentation to which workers are subjected, intellectual as well as manual workers. ... I. Dewey : General Orientation 702 1. Randall, L, 1 700 THE JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY.
|Title||:||Dewey and His Critics|
|Author||:||Sidney Morgenbesser, John Dewey|
|Publisher||:||Hackett Publishing - 1977|