Synopses & Reviews
Here is an enlarged, revised edition of the Paul Carus lectures which Dewey delivered in 1925. It covers Dewey's basic formulation of the problems of knowledge, with both a full discussion of theories and resolutions propounded by other systems, and a detailing of Dewey's own concepts upon the relationship of the external world, the mind, and knowledge.
Analysis and evaluation of problem of knowledge, other systems, formulation of law, role of language, social factors.
Table of Contents
THE PAUL CARUS FOUNDATION
I. EXPERIENCE AND PHILOSOPHIC METHOD
II. EXISTENCE AS PRECARIOUS AND AS STABLE
III. "NATURE, ENDS AND HISTORIES"
IV. "NATURE, MEANS AND KNOWLEDGE"
V. "NATURE, COMMUNICATION AND AS MEANING"
VI. "NATURE, MIND AND THE SUBJECT"
VII. "NATURE, LIFE AND BODY-MIND"
VIII. "EXISTENCE, IDEAS AND CONSCIOUSNESS"
IX. "EXPERIENCE, NATURE AND ART"
X. "EXISTENCE, VALUE AND CRITICISM"