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The beginning of esthetic understanding is the retention of these personal experiences and their cultivation.” (Pg.
Written by a mature Dewey, this book is about art in its broadest sense, and experience in its particular sense as our primary way of engaging the world.
This gives the actual text of Art as Experience a tedious feel, even as the ideas expressed dance and sparkle with the light of discovery.
John Dewey (1859-1952) was an American philosopher (best known as a Pragmatist), psychologist, and educational reformer whose ideas of “progressive education” have been very... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steven H Propp
The most unexpected and enjoyable book. Must read small amounts to get all the information.Published 3 months ago by Terri A. Rice
Came on time, BEFORE my assignments were due.. Lol condition was great for me, no marks on pages.. Just great, thanks!!Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Not for your typical classroom art teacher. This text if for those ready to learn how to teach through art, using art as a theoretical framework for education. Read morePublished 13 months ago by thoma5
This is definitely a Deweyian text. It is arduous as a read, but if creativity is something that interests you, this book is very enlightening.Published 15 months ago by Jillian Harpster
Reading this book can be compared to be reading a dairy, in this case, the author's diary. It is a tedious description of his ideology that at concludes implying that everything is... Read morePublished 16 months ago by imantada7
Love Dewey and his philosophies. Bought for an Art Education class, and ended up reading the whole thing. If you can stick with his stream of consciousness, you won't regret it!Published on December 8, 2012 by Pamela Capocci
John Dewey is without a doubt America's most profound philosopher to date. I have many of his books and I incorporate his theories on philosophy of education and art into my own... Read morePublished on February 4, 2012 by mrnolanburris