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Popular psychology is a mass of cant, of slush and of superstition worthy of the most flourishing days of the medicine man.

JOHN DEWEY, The Public and Its Problems

Choice is the declaration by self that a certain ideal of self shall be realized.

JOHN DEWEY, Psychology

Skepticism: the mark and even the pose of the educated mind.

JOHN DEWEY, The Essential Dewey: Pragmatism, Education, Democracy

Men's fundamental attitudes toward the world are fixed by the scope and qualities of the activities in which they partake.

JOHN DEWEY, Democracy and Education


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