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The Approaches to Philosophy
A Brief History of Naturalism
A Systematic Synopsis of the Philosophy of Naturalism
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according achieve activity actually analysis answer approach aspect attempt become belief body called cause chapter character common compared completely conception concerned consciousness considered course dependent described desire determine Dewey direct discussion distinct effective essence evil example existence experience fact feel function give given hold human Ibid idealism idealist ideas important individual interest John kind knowledge language learning least limited living logic matter means metaphysics method mind moral naturalistic Nature object observation organism particular pattern person philosophy physical position possible practice pragmatism present principle problem pupil qualities question realists reality realize reason reference regarded relation religion religious result sense situation social society spirit statement student substance teacher theory things thinking thought tion true truth ultimate understanding universe whole York
Introduction to Philosophy of Education: EDTHP 440
Patrick M. Socoski
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