Dewey did not think it was intellectually feasible to begin a reconstruction of philosophy by dismissing traditional philosophical issues, and he stressed continuity between old problems and new. He engaged his contemporaries in debate, often on their own ground; he prized communication, even with philosophers who were loyal to traditions he questioned. Many of these debates between Dewey and his critics appeared in 'The Journal of Philosophy', and most of them, from the time of the birth of the 'Journal' till Dewey's death, are contained in this anthology.
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