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" It means that scientific method is the only authentic means at our command for getting at the significance of our everyday experiences of the world in which we live. "
Experience And Education - Page 87
by John Dewey - 2007 - 96 pages
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The Limits of Reason: Indeterminacy in Law, Education, and Morality

John A. Eisenberg - Reference - 1992 - 184 pages
...hypotheses, for achieving desired goals is the only rational method for dealing with problems and this method "is the only authentic means at our command for getting at the significance of our everyday experience of the world in which we live."1 The psychologist BF Skinner has even claimed that the great...
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Interpreting Interpretation: Textual Hermeneutics as an Ascetic Discipline

William Elford Rogers - Philosophy - 2010
...upon scientific method may be misleading, for it may result only in calling up the special techniques of laboratory research as that is conducted by specialists....provides a working pattern of the way in which and conditions under which experiences are used to lead ever onward and outward. (DE, 111-12) It might...
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Management Learning: Integrating Perspectives in Theory and Practice

John Burgoyne, Michael Reynolds - Business & Economics - 1997 - 342 pages
...technique of laboratory research' (Dewey, 1938: 87). Dewey conceived the scientific method more broadly as 'the only authentic means at our command for getting...everyday experiences of the world in which we live. It ... provides a working pattern of the way in which and the conditions under which experiences are used...
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The Revival of Pragmatism: New Essays on Social Thought, Law, and Culture

Morris Dickstein, Professor of English Morris Dickstein, Stanley Fish, Fredric Jameson - Law - 1998 - 453 pages
...sentence from Dewey's Experience and Education is, I assume, characteristic of what makes him Dewey: "Scientific method is the only authentic means at...our everyday experiences of the world in which we live."3 Perhaps Emerson was wrong to identify mourning as a pervasive character of what we know as...
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Emerson's Transcendental Etudes

Stanley Cavell, David Justin Hodge - Philosophy - 2003 - 277 pages
...sentence from Dewey's Experience and Education is, I assume, characteristic of what makes him Dewey: "Scientific method is the only authentic means at...our everyday experiences of the world in which we live."2 Perhaps Emerson was wrong to identify mourning as a pervasive character of what we know as...
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Pragmatism: Critical Concepts in Philosophy, Volume 4

Russell B. Goodman - Pragmatism - 2005 - 382 pages
...sentence from Dewey's Experience and Education is, I assume, characteristic of what makes him Dewey: "Scientific method is the only authentic means at...our everyday experiences of the world in which we live."3 Perhaps Emerson was wrong to identify mourning as a pervasive character of what we know as...
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Contending with Stanley Cavell

Russell B. Goodman - Philosophy - 2005 - 216 pages
...15 Cavell finds Dewey's position expressed in the following quotation from Experience and Education: "Scientific method is the only authentic means at...everyday experiences of the world in which we live" (WU, 73). Clearly this quotation reflects a strain in Dewey—as also in James. Richard Rorty calls...
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The Holistic Curriculum

John P. Miller - Education - 2007 - 216 pages
...scientific method is often used as a model for transaction learning. John Dewey (1938/1969) noted that the scientific method is the only authentic means at our...everyday experiences of the world in which we live ... Consequently, whatever the level of experience, we have no choice but either to operate in accord...
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