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David L. Hildebrand
Philosophy professor at University of Colorado, Denver. Author of "John Dewey" and "Beyond Realism and Antirealism: John Dewey and the Neopragmatists"
philosophy  people  academic  school(UColorado)  pragmatism  dewey  john 
january 2010 by tsuomela
20th WCP: Dewey's Criticisms of Traditional Philosophy: Towards a PragmaticConception of Philosophy
In this paper I address some of John Dewey’s more generally applicable criticisms of the philosophic "tradition," and show how his criticisms stem from his naturalistic approach to philosophy. This topic is important because Dewey gives great insight into discussions that are relevant today regarding the role of philosophy.... For Dewey, the fundamental error characteristic of both Greek and Modern thinking is the artificial bifurcation of our thoughts, feelings and actions from the natural world. As I see it, the heart of this metaphysical mistake is captured by the distinctions he draws between the "instrumental" and "consummatory," and between the "precarious" and "stable."
dewey  john  philosophy  pragmatism  greek  history  criticism 
december 2009 by tsuomela
Larry A. Hickman's Professional Website
Larry A. Hickman is the Director of the Center for Dewey Studies and Professor of Philosophy at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
people  philosophy  pragmatism  dewey  john  school(SIllinois) 
december 2009 by tsuomela

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