The Oxford Handbook of Dewey

Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 19. August 2019
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John Dewey was the foremost philosophical figure and public intellectual in early to mid-twentieth century America. He is still the most academically cited Anglophone philosopher of the past century, and is among the most cited Americans of any century. In this comprehensive volume spanning thirty-five chapters, leading scholars help researchers access particular aspects of Dewey's thought, navigate the enormous and rapidly developing literature, and participate in current scholarship in light of prospects in key topical areas. Beginning with a framing essay by Philip Kitcher calling for a transformation of philosophical research inspired by Dewey, contributors interpret, appraise, and critique Dewey's philosophy under the following headings: Metaphysics; Epistemology, Science, Language, and Mind; Ethics, Law, and the Starting Point; Social and Political Philosophy, Race, and Feminist Philosophy; Philosophy of Education; Aesthetics; Instrumental Logic, Philosophy of Technology, and the Unfinished Project of Modernity; Dewey in Cross-Cultural Dialogue; The American Philosophical Tradition, the Social Sciences, and Religion; and Public Philosophy and Practical Ethics.
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Steven Fesmire is Professor of Philosophy at Radford University. His public philosophy work has appeared in places such as Salon, Huffington Post, USA Today, The Conversation, The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Humanist, The Key Reporter, Education Week, and Vermont Public Radio. He is the author of Dewey (Routledge Press, 2015), winner of a 2015 Choice "Outstanding Academic Title" award. He is also the author of John Dewey and Moral Imagination: Pragmatism in Ethics (Indiana University Press, 2003), and winner of a 2005 Choice "Outstanding Academic Title" award.
Notes on Contributors Introduction Steven Fesmire I. The Future of Philosophical Research 1. Dewey's Conception of Philosophy: Philip Kitcher, II. Metaphysics 2. Dewey's Naturalistic Metaphysics: Thomas M. Alexander 3. Dewey, Whitehead, and Process Metaphysics: William T. Myers III. Epistemology, Science, Language, and Mind 4. Pragmatist Portraits of Experimental Intelligence by Peirce, James, Dewey, and Others: Vincent Colapietro 5. Dewey, Rorty, and Brandom: The Challenges of Linguistic Neopragmatism: David Hildebrand 6. Pragmatist Innovations, Actual and Proposed: Dewey, Peirce, and the Pittsburgh School: Joseph Margolis 7. Dewey and Anti-Representationalism: Peter Godfrey-Smith IV. Ethics, Law, and the Starting Point 8. Dewey's Radical Conception of Moral Cognition: Mark Johnson 9. Dewey on the Authority and Legitimacy of Law: Cheryl Misak 10. Beyond Moral Fundamentalism: Dewey's Pragmatic Pluralism in Ethics and Politics: Steven Fesmire 11. The Starting Point of Dewey's Ethics and Sociopolitical Philosophy: Gregory F. Pappas V. Social and Political Philosophy, Race, and Feminist Philosophy 12. Dewey and Du Bois on Race and Colonialism: Shannon Sullivan 13. Dewey and Pragmatist Feminist Philosophy: Lisa Heldke 14. Dewey's Pragmatic Politics: Power, Limits, and Realism About Democracy as a Way of Life, John J. Stuhr 15. Dewey, Addams, and Design Thinking: Pragmatist Feminist Innovation for Democratic Change, Judy D. Whipps VI. Philosophy of Education 16. Dewey and the Quest for Certainty in Education, Nel Noddings 17. Derridean Poststructuralism, Deweyan Pragmatism, and Education, Jim Garrison 18. Dewey, the Ethics of Democracy, and the Challenge of Social Inclusion in Education, Maura Striano 19. Dewey and Higher Education, Leonard J. Waks 20. Dewey, Aesthetic Experience, and Education for Humanity: Andrea English and Christine Doddington VII. Aesthetics 21. Dewey's Art as Experience in the Landscape of Twenty-first Century Aesthetics: Casey Haskins 22. Dewey, Adorno, and the Purpose of Art: Espen Hammer VIII. Instrumental Logic, Philosophy of Technology, and the Unfinished Project of Modernity 23. Dewey, Pragmatism, Technology: Larry A. Hickman 24. Dewey's Chicago-Functionalist Conception of Logic: F. Thomas Burke 25. Dewey, Habermas, and the Unfinished Project of Modernity in Unmodern Philosophy and Modern Philosophy: Phillip Deen IX. Dewey in Cross-Cultural Dialogue 26. Dewey and Confucian Philosophy: Roger Ames 27. Two-Way Internationalization: Education, Translation, and Transformation in Dewey and Cavell: Naoko Saito 28. Experimental Democracy for China: Dewey's Method: Sor-hoon Tan X. The American Philosophical Tradition, the Social Sciences, and Religion 29. John Dewey's Debt to William James: James Campbell 30. Mead, Dewey, and Their Influence in the Social Sciences: Daniel R. Huebner 31. Idealism and Religion in Dewey's Philosophy: Randall E. Auxier and John R. Shook 32. Philosophy and the Mirror of Culture: On the Future and Function of Dewey Scholarship: Erin McKenna and Scott Pratt XI. Public Philosophy and Practical Ethics 33. Dewey and Public Philosophy: Noëlle McAfee 34. Dewey and Environmental Philosophy: Paul B. Thompson and Zachary Piso 35. Dewey and Bioethics: D. Micah Hester
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