DescriptionJohn Dewey. Psychology. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1887. First edition of this vastly important book. Octavo. Publisher's burgundy cloth with gilt spine lettering. Previous owner's signature on front blank. A bit of rubbing to joints, but overall a very clean and tight copy.
John Dewey. Psychology. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1887.
First edition of this vastly important book. Octavo. 427, , 4 [ads] pages.
Publisher's burgundy cloth with gilt spine lettering. Previous owner's signature on front blank. A bit of rubbing to joints, but overall a very clean and tight copy.
"Dewey was a founder of the philosophical movement called pragmatism, and his writings on educational theory and practice were widely read and accepted. He held that the disciplines of philosophy, pedagogy, and psychology should be understood as closely interrelated. Dewey came to believe in an "instrumentalist" theory of knowledge, in which ideas are seen to exist primarily as instruments for the solution of problems encountered in the environment Dewey wrote the first American psychology textbook, titled Psychology (1886 and o) which was followed by William James's The Principles of Psychology four years later. Dewey served as president of the American Psychological Association from 1899 to 1900 and was the first president of the American Association of University Professors in 1915" (Gale).
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