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ERIC Number: EJ907431
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2004-Sep
Pages: 22
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 33
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ISSN: ISSN-0039-3746
Re-Interpretation in Historiography: John Dewey and the Neo-Humanist Tradition
Bellmann, Johannes
Studies in Philosophy and Education, v23 n5-6 p467-488 Sep 2004
Did John Dewey's "new philosophy of education" really try to dissolve the whole block of tradition or is his debt namely to educational core-concepts of neo-humanism deeper than he was prepared to acknowledge? After some general remarks on the process of reception as productive re-adaptation and its implication for historiography I will deal with Dewey's own contexts that shape the interpretative grid through which he receives the tradition. Two case studies attempt to illustrate both continuity and discontinuity with a specific part of this tradition, namely two critical perspectives within German neo-humanism: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel and Johann Friedrich Herbart.
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Language: English
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