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TitleThe New Scholarship on Dewey [electronic resource] / edited by Jim Garrison
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 1995
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-0071-7
Descript 238 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Since 1979, when Richard Rorty's Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature appeared, there has been a flood of new scholarship on the philosophy of John Dewey. Surprisingly, little of this scholarship has thus far made its way into the field of education, where Dewey's philosophy has traditionally had a wide influence. Many of the authors of this collection are philosophers who have created some of the most original and influential work in this new scholarship. Five of them -- Larry Hickman, Thomas M. Alexander, Raymond D. Boisvert, and J.E. Tiles -- have written major books that have received wide international acclaim. Among the philosophers of education some, like Philip W. Jackson, are among the best known names in the entire international field, and have kept pace with Deweyan scholarship for many years. Others are younger scholars who know the new scholarship well. Finally, two prominent feminists contribute important new work on Dewey, expanding the domain of the new scholarship on Dewey. One of them, Susan Laird, has had her work cited in the new biography of John Dewey by Robert Westbrook


CONTENT

Introduction: Education and the New Scholarship on John Dewey -- An Epistemological Foundation for Thinking: A Deweyan Approach -- If We Took Deweyโ{128}{153}s Aesthetics Seriously, How Would the Arts Be Taught? -- Popular Art and Education -- Educating the Moral Artist: Dramatic Rehearsal in Moral Education -- The Beyond in the Midst: The Relevance of Deweyโ{128}{153}s Philosophy of Religion for Education -- Educating the Democratic Heart: Pluralism, Traditions and the Humanities -- Education for Democracy -- Pragmatism as a Pedagogy of Communicative Action -- (Re)searching Dewey for Feminist Imaginaries: Linguistic Continuity, Discourse and Gossip -- On What We May Hope: Rorty on Dewey and Foucault -- John Dewey: An โ{128}{156}Old-Fashionedโ{128}{157} Reformer -- Deweyโ{128}{153}s Metaphysics and the Self -- Rethinking โ{128}{156}Coeducationโ{128}{157} -- Science Education for a Life Curriculum -- John Deweyโ{128}{153}s Impact on Turkish Education -- Biography of Contributors


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