The "thought process" laid bare. One of America's greatest philosophers and educators examines the nature and process of human reasoning, intellect, and emotion. John Dewey took a common sense approach to the subject, using examples and explanations that resonate today. His pragmatism has influenced much modern philosophy and the social sciences-and in the effort he produced a timeless, captivating, and universally accessible study of the subject of human thought and logical decision-making.
John Dewey (1859-1952) was a U.S. philosopher, education reformer, and psychologist, and an influential professor at the University of Michigan, University of Chicago, and Columbia University. His belief in an empirically based theory of knowledge informed much of his work on logic and philosophy, including HOW WE THINK. Dewey also explored political theory, psychology, and education in his many acclaimed books and academic articles.
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