John Dewey, 1859-1952. American philosopher known for his writings on education. He was influenced both by Hegel and by the English Pragmatist William James.
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Democracy and Education, by John Dewey
Complete text of the book in HTML format.
Encyclopedia of Informal Education: John Dewey
Brief biography, partial bibliography, and links.
John Dewey and the F. M. Alexander Technique
Texts of Dewey’s writings about the Alexander Technique.
John Dewey: Philosophy of Education
An introduction to Dewey’s philosophy of education. Includes a summary of his book Experience and Education.
The Pragmatism Cybrary
A research resource offering information on famous pragmatists, directories of centers and societies, philosophy lists, conferences, and publications.
Review of Dewey’s: The Quest for Certainty
A book review of Dewey’s The Quest for Certainty: A Study of the Relation of Knowledge and Action (1929), by Alex Scott.
Text of books by John Dewey
Democracy and Education (first 14 chapters), My Pedagogic Creed, The Reflex Arc Concept in Psychology.
The Unknown Dewey
The philosophy of John Dewey, with emphasis on its relation to the Alexander Technique.
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