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Quotation by John Dewey
When "reality" is sought for at large, it is without intellectual import; at most the term carries the connotation of an agreeable emotional state.
John Dewey (1859–1952), U.S. philosopher. Originally published in California Publications in Philosophy (1931). "Context and Thought," repr. In On Experience, Nature and Freedom, ed. Richard J. Bernstein (1960).
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