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From the PublisherReading Dewey through the eyes of postmodern theories of social/interactive constructivism, these essays not only speak to issues of identity and power that Dewey elided, they speak directly to each other in a conversation about how democracy can become more deeply embedded in all aspects of experience.— CHOICE
"This is a major collection of distinguished scholars in the field."— Thomas M. Alexander, coeditor of The Essential Dewey: Pragmatism, Education, Democracy
"There are many people who understand the big three of pragmatism-Peirce, James, Dewey-and appreciate the inspirational rhetoric of that tradition but who have trouble translating those philosophical giants into contemporary contexts. This volume does so admirably."— Michael Sullivan, Emory University"