The Collected Works of John Dewey: The Middle Works, 1899-1924: v. 4: 1907-1909, Journal Articles and Book Reviews in the 1907-1909 Period, and the Pragmatic Movement of Contemporary Thought and Moral Principles in Education by John Dewey (Hardback, 1976)
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By 1907, the first of the three years em-braced by Volume 4, Dewey had aban-doned thoughts of a possible career in the administration of higher education and was firmly established as a leading member of the Department of Phi-losophy at Columbia. As Lewis Hahn points out in his Introduction, these were very productive years for Dewey. In addition to numerous lectures and speaking engagements and participa-tion in professional meetings, he pub-lished fifteen or so substantial articles, almost as many shorter things, a syl-labus on The Pragmatic Movement of Contemporary Thought, a monograph on Moral Principles in Education, and, with J. H. Tufts, the first edition of a very popular textbook, Ethics.
Lewis E. Hahn is Chairman of the Editorial Board for the Collected Works of John Dewey and Research Professor of Philosophy.Jo Ann Boydston, General Editor of the Middle Works series, is Director of the Center for Dewey Studies, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.