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eBook Selected Writings of James Hayden Tufts ePub
Author: James CAMPBELL
Language: English
ISBN: 0809317141
ISBN13: 978-0809317141
Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press; 1st edition (April 8, 1992)
Pages: 496
Category: Philosophy
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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Yet as James Campbell here demonstrates, Tufts played a singular and important role in American philosophy from 1892, when he began teaching at the newly opened University of Chicago, until his retirement in 1930.

Campbell presents selected writings covering Tufts’s long and productive career. Arranged chronologically, they represent the full range of Tufts’s thought, from his concept of justice as the key value for harmonious community life to his views on religion and the question of evolution. A carefully annotated bibliography of all of Tufts’s writings completes the volume.

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Yet, as James Campbell here demonstrates, Tufts played a singular and important role in the American philosophical scene from 1892, when he began teaching at the newly opened University of Chicago, until his retirement in 1930. During this period, he, along with Dewey and George Herbert Mead, was instrumental in the birth of a new school of philosophy, the Chicago School, which developed a powerful and compelling social pragmatism. Recent Sociological Tendencies in France.

Those familiar with the life and work of James Hayden Tufts tend to associate him with John Dewey, with whom he wrote both the 1908 and 1932 editions of Ethics. Yet as James Campbell here demonstrates, Tufts played a singular and important role in American philosophy from 1892, when he began teaching at the newly opened University of Chicago, until his retirement in 1930. During this period, he, along with Dewey and George Herbert Mead, was instrumental in the birth of a new school of philosophy, the Chicago School, which developed a powerful and compelling social pragmatism.

Campbell presents selected writings covering Tufts’s long and productive career. Arranged chronologically, they represent the full range of Tufts’s thought, from his concept of justice as the key value for harmonious community life to his views on religion and the question of evolution. A carefully annotated bibliography of all of Tufts’s writings completes the volume.

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