Essays in Experimental Logic by John Dewey

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Author Dewey, John, 1859-1952
Title Essays in Experimental Logic
Contents The relationship of thought and its subject-matter -- The antecedents and stimuli of thinking -- Data and meanings -- The objects of thought -- Some stages of logical thought -- The logical character of ideas -- The control of ideas by facts -- Naïve realism vs. presentative realism -- Epistemological realism: the alleged ubiquity of the knowledge relation -- The existence of the world as a logical problem -- What pragmatism means by practical -- An added note as to the "practical" -- The logic of judgments of practice.
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Language English
LoC Class BC: Philosophy, Psychology, Religion: Logic
Subject Logic
Subject Thought and thinking
Subject Realism
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