5 edition of Philosophy and the Reconstruction of Culture found in the catalog.
by State University of New York Press
Written in English
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Philosophy and the reconstruction of culture: pragmatic essays after Dewey (Book, )  Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. Your . Reconstruction, the turbulent era following the U.S. Civil War, was an effort to reunify the divided nation, address and integrate African Americans into society by rewriting the nation's laws and.
The African Philosophy Reader Second edition A text with readings celebrates African culture, thus contributing towards the fulfilment of the University’s social obligations. The second edition is a venture by the editors, Pieter Coetzee and Abraham Roux, from sanitaire of the colonial world that led to the need for reconstruction. Odera Oruka's Philosophic Sagacity: Problems and Challenges of Conversation Method 71 several factors, like personal sensitivity and commitment to certain problems of experience. Furthermore, it is the subject-matter that determines its own methods” (Anyanwu , ). What really matters to Anyanwu is the formulation of the problem.
V. THE RECONSTRUCTION OF CIVIC CULTURE: Essays discussing what the invention of a postmodern civic culture requires. VI. THE RECONSTRUCTION OF PHILOSOPHY: Essays discussing how philosophy must change in its self-understanding and practice in a postmodern cultural environment. VII. REVIEWS: Review essays on books, articles and Web sites. Cultura. International Journal of Philosophy of Culture and Axiology. Nicolae Râmbu, Editor-in-Chief. Founded in , Cultura: International Journal of Philosophy of Culture and Axiology is a peer-reviewed publication devoted to philosophy of culture and the study of values. It promote the exploration of different values and cultural phenomena in regional and international contexts.
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“This is a near uniformly excellent collection of essays, which does more than merely interpret classical American philosophy but brings that tradition to bear upon central, present-day, cultural issues in original and thoughtful ways.
Those represented all are recognized leading interpreters of American philosophy. This is a book years overdue.”Format: Paperback.
Philosophy and the Reconstruction of Culture: Pragmatic Essays after Dewey John J. Stuhr, Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor of Philosophy John J Stuhr SUNY Press, Jan 1, - Philosophy - pages.
"This is a near uniformly excellent collection of essays, which does more than merely interpret classical American philosophy but brings that tradition to bear upon central, present-day, cultural issues in original and thoughtful ways.
Those represented all are recognized leading interpreters of American philosophy. This is a book years overdue.". Philosophy and the Reconstruction of Culture: Pragmatic Essays After Dewey (Review). Jeff Mitchell - - Philosophy and Literature 18 (2) Pragmatist Politics: Making the Case for Liberal Democracy by John McGowan (Review).
Dewey posits philosophy as our best tool for reconstructing human experience. The idea of what constitutes “reconstructed experience” is an intentionally broad one; it includes myriad forms of narrative play and human labor through which “The concrete environment is transformed in the desired direction” ().4/5.
Reconstruction in Philosophy - John Dewey - Google Books The author presents an interpretation of the reconstruction of ideas and ways of thought now going on in philosophy. Read this book on Questia.
Being invited to lecture at the Imperial University of Japan in Tokyo during February and March of the present year, I attempted an interpretation of the reconstruction of ideas and ways of thought now going on in philosophy. The Scientific Factor in Reconstruction of Philosophy: Science has revolutionized our conception Philosophy and the Reconstruction of Culture book Nature.
Philosophy has to be transformed because no longer depending upon a science which accepts a closed, finite world. Or, fixed species. Or, superiority or rest to change and motion. Contrast of feudal with democratic conceptions.
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In the interests of the maintenance of life there is trans formation of some elements in the surrounding medium. The higher the form of life, the more important is the active reconstruction of the medium.
This increased control may be illustrated by the contrast of savage with civilized man. American educator and philosopher JOHN DEWEY (–) helped found the American Association of University Professors.
He served as professor of philosophy at Columbia University from to and authored numerous books, including Experience and Nature (), Experience and Education (), and Freedom and Culture ().Cited by: The principles of Reconstructionism were first publicly enunciated by Rabbi Mordecai M.
Kaplan (–) in his book Judaism as a Civilization (). Kaplan felt that for Jews to survive in modern times, especially in the United States, it was necessary for them to reconstruct their lives on the cultural foundation of a historical peoplehood.
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More. Philosophy of Culture (in German, Kulturphilosophie), a branch of philosophy that studies the essence and meaning of culture. The term was first used in the early 19th century by the German romanticist A. Müller. Philosophy of culture must be distinguished both from philosophy of history—inasmuch as the process by which mankind creates culture does.
These are the sort of books that it would be worth your money to actually buy. The first book is Real Essentialism. This is a book that explains the philosophy of Thomas Aquinas for the modern reader. It defends Aristotelian philosophy (basic to Aquinas’ beliefs) in the context of.
John Dewey wrote Reconstruction in Philosophy in and revised it somewhat inadding an extensive new preface. Out of all the Dewey pieces that we will read, this semester, this one is the most in line with Charles Sanders Peirce and William James in overtly considering philosophy-as-such and, especially, in taking a position with respect to methodology that represents Pragmatism.
--another book, tentatively titled Experience and Culture, the first half of is the first full-length account of John Dewey’s theory of experience and the second half of which develops the reconstruction this theory works for our understanding of philosophy itself, philosophy understood as cultural criticism.
This book explores the symbiotic relationship between philosophy and culture. Every philosophy emerges as a reaction to, or as justification for a particular culture and it is for this reason that philosophy may differ from one culture to another.
It argues that philosophy is an essential part of every culture. Philosophy is the means by which. IN KWASI WIREDU’S PHILOSOPHY Fayemi, Ademola Kazeem Lagos State University Abstract. The paper is an attempt to revisit and examine the recondite issue of cultural universals and particulars, taking into consideration Wireduan philosophical account.
The paper strengthens further the basic tenets of Kwasi Wiredu’s philosophical defense of the.Combining careful contextual reconstruction with arguments from traditional philosophy, the book examines methodological dimensions, breaks down traditional oppositions such as rationalism vs.
empiricism, calls attention to gender issues, to ‘insiders and outsiders’, minor figures in philosophy, and underground movements, among many other.philosophy is first of all a social philosophy, reconstruction-ism undertook to emphasize the latent "vanguardism" of progressive education by its conception of the school as so-cial vanguard.' This conception of the school as social van-guard was intended to emphasize that the school should lead society in the development of bold cultural.