A Common Faith (Terry Lectures) by John Dewey,Thomas M. Alexander

By John Dewey,Thomas M. Alexander

In A universal Faith, eminent American thinker John Dewey demands the “emancipation of the real spiritual caliber” from the history of dogmatism and supernaturalism that he believes characterizes historic religions. He describes how the intensity of non secular event and the inventive position of religion within the assets of expertise to generate that means and price should be cultivated with no making cognitive claims that compete with or take care of clinical ones. In a brand new advent, Dewey student Thomas M. Alexander contextualizes the textual content for college kids and students through supplying an outline of Dewey and his philosophy, key ideas in A universal Faith, and reactions to the text.

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