Addresses recent perspectives central to the interpretation and criticism of Deweyas philosophy.But he never made the paradigm switch which would have taken him out of the orbit of Bacon. 4. ... Robert Westbrook describes Hooka#39;s essay as aquot;a persuasive argument that there is nothing inherent in Deweya#39;s ethics that is inconsistent with a tragic ... takes place in a situation where good conflicts with goodaquot; (Hook, 235).
|Author||:||Casey Haskins, David I. Seiple|
|Publisher||:||SUNY Press - 1999-10-07|