John Dewey quotes

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Nature is the mother and the habitat of man, even if sometimes a stepmother and an unfriendly home.
Man lives in a world of surmise, of mystery, of uncertainties.
I know that there are many persons to whom it seems derogatory to link a body of philosophic ideas to the social life and culture ...
When "reality" is sought for at large, it is without intellectual import; at most the term carries the connotation of an agreeable ...
I should venture to assert that the most pervasive fallacy of philosophic thinking goes back to neglect of context.
The belief that all genuine education comes about through experience does not mean that all experiences are genuinely or equally e ...
Experiences in order to be educative must lead out into an expanding world of subject matter, a subject matter of facts or informa ...
It is part of the educator's responsibility to see equally to two things: First, that the problem grows out of the conditions of t ...
There is, I think, no point in the philosophy of progressive education which is sounder than its emphasis upon the importance of t ...
By "object" is meant some element in the complex whole that is defined in abstraction from the whole of which it is a distinction.
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