1. John Dewey and Social Criticism: An Introduction
  2. Arvi Särkelä, Justo Serrano Zamora
  3. pp. 213-217
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  1. Immanent Critique as Self-Transformative Practice: Hegel, Dewey, and Contemporary Critical Theory
  2. Arvi Särkelä
  3. pp. 218-230
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  1. The Authority of Life: The Critical Task of Dewey’s Social Ontology
  2. Italo Testa
  3. pp. 231-244
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  1. Dewey’s Progressive Historicism and the Problem of Determinate Oughts
  2. Arto Laitinen
  3. pp. 245-259
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  1. A Tale of Two Social Philosophies
  2. Roberto Frega
  3. pp. 260-272
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  1. The Critical Nature of Gender: A Deweyan Approach to the Sex/Gender Distinction
  2. Federica Gregoratto
  3. pp. 273-285
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  1. Dewey’s Critical Conception of Work
  2. Emmanuel Renault
  3. pp. 286-298
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  1. Overcoming Hermeneutical Injustice: Cultural Self-Appropriation and the Epistemic Practices of the Oppressed
  2. Justo Serrano Zamora
  3. pp. 299-310
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