A significant contribution to Dewey scholarship that adds an important element to our understanding of late 19th century philosophy in America, makes a contribution to the literature on American idealism, and provides a starting point for new scholarship in the implications of Dewey's work for contemporary philosophy.-Scott L. Pratt
A fascinating study. This work is a genuinely creative and novel reinterpretation of Dewey.-Kenneth Stikkers
...a core addition to any modern philosophical discussion, very much recommended.- The Midwest Book Review
Morse takes a neglected trajectory into the thought of John Dewey, arguing that his early philosophy was coherent and in some ways superior to his later philosophy . . .Recommended.-Choice
About the Author
Donald J. Morse is Associate Professor and Chair in the Department of Philosophy at Webster University in St. Louis.