IAH Dewey responce paper

IAH Dewey responce paper - IAH 241B Dr. Bunge Dewey...

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IAH 241B Jordan Gillo Dr. Bunge A36491505 Dewey Response Paper November 17 th , 2007 For the most part I enjoyed reading The Moral Writings of John Dewey . I thought that his views were easy to follow and logical, especially in comparison to some of the other philosophers we have studied. I liked how he was able to articulate facts and unlike older philosopher that separated thinking and the real world, such as Kant looking for an absolute principal, he knew both related. You didn’t have to be upper class to understand and relate or even read Dewey’s writings. In my mind, Dewey's philosophy was more relatable, since you can tell he preferred to learn from direct contacts with life, instead of just studying and accepting things for what they are. I appreciated that his reason wasn’t hidden so deep that you couldn’t find it, but his writings do contain
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