By Steven Fesmire
John Dewey (1859 - 1952) used to be the dominant voice in American philosophy during the global Wars, the nice melancholy, and the nascent years of the chilly battle. With a qualified occupation spanning 3 generations and a profile that no public highbrow has operated on within the U.S. considering, Dewey's biographer Robert Westbrook competently describes him as "the most crucial thinker in glossy American history."
In this terrific and fascinating creation, Steven Fesmire starts off with a bankruptcy on Dewey’s lifestyles and works, prior to discussing and assessing Dewey's key principles around the significant disciplines in philosophy; together with metaphysics, epistemology, aesthetics, ethics, academic philosophy, social-political philosophy, and non secular philosophy.
This is a useful creation and consultant to this deeply influential thinker and his legacy, and crucial examining for somebody coming to Dewey's paintings for the 1st time.
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Dewey’s engaging prose in Art as 28 Dewey Experience reveals the freshness and vitality with which he approached the subject. His interactions with Barnes and the world-class Barnes Collection in Philadelphia prepared him to approach art in a nurturing and respectful rather than devastatingly analytical way. ” In 1932, as Dewey was penning his crowning achievement in aesthetics, he and Tufts ﬁnally completed a major revision of their 1908 Ethics, a process they had begun a decade earlier. Shifting between aesthetics and ethics came easily to Dewey.
The novelist Anzia Yezierska, whose family emigrated from Poland in the 1880s, was retained as translator and typist. The confusing details of “The Polish Experiment” are beyond this book’s scope, but it is relevant to spotlight Dewey’s views in the 1910s on immigration and cultural pluralism. Dewey still tended in the 1910s toward a somewhat Hegelian emphasis on social harmony, but like Life and works 23 fellow progressives such as Horace Kallen, he rejected the metaphor of America as a “melting pot” if this is taken to mean assimilation of other ethnic groups to Anglo-Saxon culture or assimilation that dissolves distinctive cultural traditions.
12 When his cousin resigned as principal, Dewey returned to Burlington. He became the sole teacher for a winter term at a small seminary in Charlotte, just south of Burlington. During the 1881/82 academic year Dewey studied philosophical classics privately on long walks with his former philosophy professor at the University of Vermont, H. A. P. Torrey. The principal focus was metaphysics. For Torrey, as for almost all philosophers in American universities at this time, the bedrock of Protestant Christianity was never seriously questioned.
Dewey by Steven Fesmire