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The Deweyan Tradition Revisited: Any Relevance For Our Time?


by Arthur G. Wirth 1967

The relevance of Dewey's thought for American education and culture


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 69 Number 3, 1967, p. 263-269
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 2053, Date Accessed: 10/23/2017 2:40:25 PM

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  • Arthur Wirth
    Washington University
    Arthur G. Wirth teaches in the area of social philosophy and education at the Graduate Institute of Education, Washington University, St. Louis. He is author of John Dewey as Educator (Wiley), and Education in the Technological Society (University Press of America, 1980). He is currently interested in the question "When are schools 'good work' places?" in E.F. Schumachers's sense. He spent the month of May, 1980, in Norway and Sweden visiting Work Research Institute and industries and schools which are being redesigned according to principles of socio-technical theory. This was made possible by a grant from the John Dewey Foundation.
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