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Abbreviations  The Collected Works of John Dewey is referenced in this volume through the use of abbreviations. The following includes the complete bibliographical information for these works and the abbreviations with which they are referenced. The standard, critical (print) edition of Dewey’s works, The Collected Works of John Dewey, 1882–1953, was edited by Jo Ann Boydston and her staff at Center for Dewey Studies, Southern Illinois University Carbondale (USA) and published by Southern Illinois University Press. It consists of the following three sections: The Early Works (EW 1–5): 1882–1898. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press. The Middle Works (MW 1–15): 1899–1924. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press. The Later Works (LW 1–17): 1925–1953. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press. This edition contains the following volumes (dates of publication refer to the paperback edition): EW 1 (1882–1888): Includes essays and Leibniz’s New Essays Concerning Human Understanding. Introduction by L. E. Hahn, 1975. EW 2 (1887): Psychology. Introduction by H. W. Schneider, 1975. EW 3 (1889–1892): Includes essays, reviews, and Outlines of a Critical Theory of Ethics. Introduction by S. M. Eames, 1975. EW 4 (1893–1894): Includes essays, reviews, and The Study of Ethics: A Syllabus . Introduction by W. A. R. Leys, 1975. EW 5 (1895–1898): Includes essays, reviews, and miscellany. Introduction by W. R. McKenzie, 1975. PAGE xi { xi } ................. 17147$ ABBR 01-07-09 14:25:06 PS xii abbreviations MW 1 (1899–1901): Includes essays, reviews, miscellany and The School and Society. Introduction by J. R. Burnett, 1983. MW 2 (1902–1903): Includes essays, reviews, miscellany, The Child and the Curriculum, and Studies in Logical Theory. Introduction by S. Hook, 1983. MW 3 (1903–1906): Includes essays, reviews, and miscellany. Introduction by D. Rucker, 1983. MW 4 (1907–1909): Includes essays, reviews, and Moral Principles in Education . Introduction by L. E. Hahn, 1983. MW 5 (1908): Ethics. Introduction by C. L. Stevenson, 1978. MW 6 (1910–1911): Includes essays, reviews, miscellany, and How We Think. Introduction by H. S. Thayer and V. T. Thayer, 1985. MW 7 (1912–1914): Includes essays, reviews, and miscellany. Introduction by R. Ross, 1985. MW 8 (1915): Includes essays, reviews, miscellany, German Philosophy and Politics, and Schools of To-Morrow. Introduction by S. Hook, 1985. MW 9 (1916): Democracy and Education. Introduction by S. Hook, 1985. MW 10 (1916–1917): Includes essays, reviews, and miscellany. Introduction by L. E. Hahn, 1985. MW 11 (1918–1919): Includes essays, reviews, and miscellany. Introduction by O. Handlin and L. Handlin, 1988. MW 12 (1920): Includes essays, reviews, miscellany, and Reconstruction in Philosophy. Introduction by R. Ross, 1988. MW 13 (1921–1922): Includes essays, reviews, and miscellany. Introduction by R. Ross, 1988. MW 14 (1922): Human Nature and Conduct. Introduction by M. G. Murphey , 1988. MW 15 (1923–1924): Includes essays, reviews, and miscellany. Introduction by C. Cohen, 1988. LW 1 (1925): Experience and Nature. Introduction by S. Hook, 1988. LW 2 (1925–1927): Includes essays, reviews, miscellany, and The Public and Its Problems. Introduction by J. Gouinlock, 1988. LW 3 (1927–1928): Includes essays, reviews, miscellany, and ‘‘Impressions of Soviet Russia.’’ Introduction by D. Sidorsky, 1988. LW 4 (1929): Includes essays, reviews, miscellany, and The Quest for Certainty . Introduction by S. Toulmin, 1988. LW 5 (1929–1930): Includes essays, reviews, miscellany, and The Sources of a Science of Education, Individualism, Old and New, and Construction and Criticism. Introduction by P. Kurtz, 1988. LW 6 (1931–1932): Includes essays, reviews, miscellany, and reports. Introduction by S. Ratner, 1989. PAGE xii ................. 17147$ ABBR 01-07-09 14:25:06 PS abbreviations xiii LW 7 (1932): Ethics (Revised Edition). Introduction by A. Edel and E. Flower, 1989. LW 8 (1933): Includes contributions to Encyclopedia of the Socieal Sciences, contributions to The Educational Frontier, and How We Think (Revised Edition). Introduction by R. Rorty, 1989. LW 9 (1933–1934): Includes essays, reviews, miscellany, contributions to People ’s Lobby Bulletin, and A Common Faith. Introduction by M. R. Konvitz, 1989. LW 10 (1934): Art as Experience. Introduction by A. Kaplan, 1989. LW 11 (1935–1937): Includes essays, reviews, miscellany, Liberalism and Social Action, contributions to the Leon Trotsky Inquiry, and contributions to Social Frontier. Introduction by J. J. McDermott, 1991. LW 12 (1938): Logic: The Theory of Inquiry. Introduction by E. Nagel, 1991. LW 13 (1938–1939): Includes essays, reviews, miscellany, Experience and Education , Freedom and Culture, and Theory of Valuation. Introduction by S. M. Cahn, 1991...


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