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John Dewey (The Giants of Philosopy)

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John Dewey wants philosophy to rise above old tired disputes to address new, more vital questions and problems. His views are known as "pragmatism," which emphasizes action and results. Here philosophy isn't a system of beliefs but a practical, empirical method of inquiry.

Dewey created new theories of human experience, knowledge, education, social and political philosophy,

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Published April 1st 2006 by Knowledge Products (first published December 1990)
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