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This work challenges recent neo-pragmatist interpretations of Dewey as a historicist, radically anti-essential thinker. By tracing Dewey's views on the issues of change and permanence, Boisvert demonstrates the way Dewey was able to learn from important scientific discoveries.
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|Publisher:||Fordham University Press|
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About the Author
Raymond D. Boisvert is Professor of Philosophy at Siena College.