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2010
Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 30 issue 3

The Humanism of John Dewey, Introduction

John Shook


THE HUMANISM OF JOHN DEWEY Introduction John Shook Among twentieth-century humanists, none stands higher than the American John Dewey, professor of philosophy at Columbia University during the first half of the century. Dewey taught the world what a sound naturalism, humanism, secularism, and atheism should look like. In his pragmatist...

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