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In this short book Dewey provides a systematic and detailed account of how we do (or should) reach rational conclusions. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joseph E. Earley, Sr.
Anyone with an interest in Dewey or education will thoroughly enjoy this book. Take the time to revisit Dewey's ideas and be prepared to recognize a lot of similarities with our... Read morePublished 7 months ago by cdm11
An excellent book to add to my professional library as a teacher. Mr. Dewey had some interesting ideas that are still important in this day and age. An great book and must read.Published 15 months ago by B. K. Smith
I don't even know how I came upon this book... now that I have, I don't know how went through 40 years without hearing of it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jorge F. Garcia
Delivered in a timely fashion just as promised. Quality satisfactory just as promised. I recommend this dealer for your product needs.Published 16 months ago by Tandi K. Rogers-koerger
I just downloaded it because I needed it for my english class. It does have some interesting pointers for you english majors out there.Published 18 months ago by N.Zendejo
I purchased this to enhance my class in a 300 level college pragmatic philosophy class.
It was a superb addition to my studies.
This is not the version to read. Read the 1933 revision: How we Think: A restatement of the relation of reflective thinking to the educative process. Read morePublished on January 9, 2012 by Professor