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How we think.

John Dewey

How we think.

by John Dewey

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Published by D.C.Heath in Boston .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL21433525M

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Heath & Co. edition, There's no description for this book yet. Can you add one. Classifications Library of Congress BFD5 The Physical Object Pagination vi, p. ID Numbers Open Library OLM Internet Archive Get this from a library. How we think. [John Dewey] -- The dean of American philosophers shares his views on methods of training students to think well.

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