William James and John Dewey $8.95

Gordon H. Clark
Trade paperback, 141 pages, 2nd ed., 1995

The Americans William James and John Dewey were two of the most influential philosophers and educators of the twentieth century. Their philosophies of pragmatism and instrumentalism have devastated American education and undermined the Christian ideas and institutions on which Western civilization was based. Dr. Clark subjects James and Dewey to the piercing logic of God's truth, demonstrates the intellectual bankruptcy of their philosophies, and demolishes their arguments. Included in Modern Philosophy.

Contents:
William James: Introduction; The Philosophic Background; A Pluralistic Universe; Pragmatism; John Dewey: Introduction; Science; Ethics; Logic; Index

 
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