John R. Shook, Ph.D., is Vice President for Education and Research and Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Inquiry in Amherst, New York. He also is Research Associate in Philosophy at the University at Buffalo. Among his books are Dewey's Empirical Theory of Knowledge and Reality (2000) and Dewey's Philosophy of Spirit (2010). He has edited or co-edited more than a dozen books including Pragmatic Naturalism and Realism (2003), A Companion to Pragmatism (2005), Dictionary of Modern American Philosophers (2005), and The Future of Naturalism (2009).
The Chicago School of Functionalismby John R. Shook (Editor), Andrew Backe (Editor)
and Volume 3 reprints "Psychology", by the acknowledged leader of the Chicago
Volume 1 contains the central documents of the functionalist tradition, displaying its foundations and growth. Volume 2 presents the founding manifesto of the Chicago instrumentalism, John Dewey's "Studies in Logical Theory" (1903), and a selection of the most significant reactions to it
and Volume 3 reprints "Psychology", by the acknowledged leader of the Chicago Functionalism movement, James R. Agnell (1904). Introduced by Andrew Backe, the text is accompanied by the key secondary works that followed its publication.
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