ERIC Number: EJ651410
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2002
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Evidence for the Dewey Discontinuity Hypothesis: A Rejoinder to Garrison.
Prawat, Richard S.
Teachers College Record, v104 n4 p867-77 Jun 2002
Asserts that John Dewey underwent a dramatic mid-career shift in thinking, addressing criticisms of two specific contensions (that Dewey backed away from the notion that the frustration of need-driven action begins the search for crative reorganization of behavior patterns and that Dewey disavowed instrumentalism). The paper also examines contentions of a strong similarity between Dewey and Peirce's treatment of logical language. (SM)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Opinion Papers
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