John Dewey, Philosophical Radical

Philip Kitcher


From the 1920s until his death in 1952, John Dewey was more influential than any American philosopher has been, either before or since. For the last half-century, however, Dewey’s major works, once read and studied by philosophers and the broader public alike, have had little impact on American philosophy or on American intellectual culture. Although …

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