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" The basic characteristic of habit is that every experience enacted and undergone modifies the one who acts and undergoes, while this modification affects, whether we wish it or not, the quality of subsequent experiences. "
Experience And Education - Page 34
by John Dewey - 2007 - 96 pages
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John Dewey and the Paradox of Liberal Reform: The Rise and Decline of ...

William Andrew Paringer - Philosophy - 1990 - 215 pages
...a minimum, accepted as pragmatically true) efforts for continuing some activity. Dewey stated that the basic characteristic of habit is that every experience...it or not, the quality of subsequent experiences. 22 When a situation could not be immediately grasped, the organism's desire to solve a concrete problem...
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Educational Reform: A Deweyan Perspective

Douglas J. Simpson, Michael John Brierley Jackson - Education - 1997 - 345 pages
...conditions" (EE, 42). Relating his ideas of continuity and interaction to habit, he explained that At bottom, this principle rests upon the fact of habit,...while this modification affects, whether we wish it to or not, the quality of subsequent experiences. For it is a somewhat different person who enters...
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Educational Reform: A Deweyan Perspective

Douglas J. Simpson, Michael John Brierley Jackson - Education - 1997 - 345 pages
...conditions" (EE, 42). Relating his ideas of continuity and interaction to habit, he explained that At bottom, this principle rests upon the fact of habit,...undergone modifies the one who acts and undergoes, white this modification affects, whether we wish it to or not, the quality of subsequent experiences....
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Essential Readings in Holistic Nursing

Cathie E. Guzzetta - Health & Fitness - 1998 - 402 pages
...development are an exemplification of the concept of continuity of experience. He also stated: . . . every experience enacted and undergone modifies the one who acts and undergoes, while modification affects, whether we wish it or not, the quality of subsequent experiences. For it is a...
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John Dewey and the Lessons of Art

Philip Wesley Jackson - Education - 1998 - 204 pages
...both inner and outer, that result from the ongoing exchange. Here is Dewey's summary of the process: "The basic characteristic of habit is that every experience...it or not, the quality of subsequent experiences. . . . [T]he principle of continuity of experience means that every experience takes up something from...
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Die Kreativität der Gewohnheit: Grundzüge einer pragmatistischen ...

Martin Hartmann - Democracy - 2003 - 338 pages
...entgegenkommenden Umwelt, die sie gleichsam in ihrer ursprünglichen Form bestätigt. 67 Vgl. ebenda, S. 18: „The basic characteristic of habit is that every...acts and undergoes, while this modification affects ... the quality of subsequent experiences." Ricoeur sagt von der Gewohnheit, sie verleihe dem Charakter...
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