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John Dewey

During this development, he had to reconsider some very basic metaphysical commitments found not only in idealism but in many other metaphysical systems. The result was his development of a robust version of nonreductive naturalism that emphasized process and creative emergence. Keywords: Dewey , metaphysics , existence , experience , emergentism , nature , naturalism. Thomas M. His research includes, besides Dewey, Emerson, Santayana, Native American Thought, classical philosophy, aesthetics and metaphysics. He studied under the Dewey scholar James Gouinlock, to whom his essay is dedicated. Access to the complete content on Oxford Handbooks Online requires a subscription or purchase.

Natural existence is the world of fragility, unpredictability, contingencies, due to the conflict of opposing forces, whose energy sustains the conservation or deterioration of life, reason for the unworthiness of experience. Among the elements that make up nature in the scope of life are humans, who, having the ability to develop investigative and reflective thinking, and favored by their plastic nature, can rise to the level of improvement in social existence, particularly through education. The purpose of this paper suggests the effort to understand the experience of existence in Dewey, since the concept of experience is nuclear in his thinking, it needs to be clarified to distinguish it from that pertaining to other authors who make it unique in the theoretical context adopted. The concept is originally structured in this primary level of relations, extending to the social, educational and political scope. Although the term existence may refer us to the very philosophical thinking of the twentieth century, especially that flourished in the period after the Great World Wars, more specifically, from the s, Dewey used this concept to typify the conceptual basis of his theory outlining the theoretical framework of his philosophy driven by the discussion of naturalism that thrived in the previous century.

John Dewey

In addition, Dewey developed extensive and often systematic views in ethics, epistemology, logic, metaphysics, aesthetics, and philosophy of religion. Because Dewey typically took a genealogical approach that couched his own view within the larger history of philosophy, one may also find a fully developed metaphilosophy in his work. Set within the larger picture of Darwinian evolutionary theory, philosophy should be seen as an activity undertaken by interdependent organisms-in-environments. This standpoint, of active adaptation, led Dewey to criticize the tendency of traditional philosophies to abstract and reify concepts derived from living contexts. As did other classical pragmatists, Dewey focused criticism upon traditional dualisms of metaphysics and epistemology e. Rather, human knowing is among the ways organisms with evolved capacities for thought and language cope with problems.

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Experience And Nature

John Dewey is primarily known for two things: being one of the big names in pragmatism , and for his highly influential claims about education , specifically pointing out the active nature of learning such that simply sitting students down and telling them things is not very effective. Now, Dewey was born in , and wrote about pragmatism and truth near the turn of the century, about the same time as William James, and wrote his important book about education in you might want to listen to some of the Librivox version of that. By , we're dealing with mature Dewey trying to get out his overall worldview, his take on the enterprise of philosophy. His basic critique is the same as what we've seen in Whitehead and Merleau-Ponty , i. No, Dewey counters: what we start with is concrete, gross experience, which is not experience of "sense data" or any other theoretical entity, but which is experience of tables, people, feelings, values, etc.

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Thomas Alexander

Это его первый выстрел в публичном месте. Смит был прав. Между деревьев в левой части кадра что-то сверкнуло, и в то же мгновение Танкадо схватился за грудь и потерял равновесие. Камера, подрагивая, словно наехала на него, и кадр не сразу оказался в фокусе. А Смит тем временем безучастно продолжал свои комментарии: - Как вы видите, у Танкадо случился мгновенный сердечный приступ. Сьюзан стало дурно оттого, что она увидела. Танкадо прижал изуродованную руку к груди с выражением недоумения и ужаса на лице.

Бринкерхофф открыл рот, собираясь что-то сказать, но Фонтейн движением руки заставил его замолчать. - Самое разрушительное последствие - полное уничтожение всего банка данных, - продолжал Джабба, - но этот червь посложнее. Он стирает только те файлы, которые отвечают определенным параметрам. - Вы хотите сказать, что он не нападет на весь банк данных? - с надеждой спросил Бринкерхофф.  - Это ведь хорошо, правда. - Нет! - взорвался Джабба.  - Это плохо.

Должно быть, это какая-то ошибка. Следопыт показывал адрес, не имеющий никакого смысла. Взяв себя в руки, она перечитала сообщение. Это была та же информация, которую получил Стратмор, когда сам запустил Следопыта. Тогда они оба подумали, что он где-то допустил ошибку, но сейчас-то она знала, что действовала правильно. Тем не менее информация на экране казалась невероятной: NDAKOTA ETDOSHISHA. EDU - ЕТ? - спросила Сьюзан.

Growth, Experience and Nature in Dewey’s Philosophy and Chinese Philosophy

Клушар, похоже, не расслышал. Глаза его отсутствующе смотрели в пространство. - Странное дело, ей-богу, все эти буквы - ни на один язык не похоже.

Соши заливалась слезами. - Джабба, - спросил Фонтейн, - много они похитили. - Совсем мало, - сказал Джабба, посмотрев на монитор.  - Всего лишь какие-то обрывки, в полном виде -. Фонтейн медленно кивнул и улыбнулся одними уголками губ.

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  2. Amarante F.

    John Dewey's Experience and Nature has the potential to transform several areas of philosophy. The book is lengthy and difficult, but it has great importance for.

  3. Tomasa R.

    Experience and Nature. By JOHN DEWEY. Chicago: London,. Open Court Publishing Co., Pp. xi, THIS is the first series of lectures upon the Paul​.

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