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Exploring Ethical Humanism: “John Dewey” w/ Prof. David Sprintzen (Online)
April 15, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
John Dewey, friend and colleague of the Society for Ethical Culture founder Felix Adler, was a pillar of non-theistic humanism American Pragmatism. The Ethical Culture Movement migrated from Adler’s Kantian idealism to Dewey’s humanism. Who was Dewey and what does he represent?
David Sprintzen, retired professor of philosophy at Long Island University and longtime member of Ethical Culture, is an authority on John Dewey and his place in American philosophy.
These discussions of Ethical Culture beliefs and practices are for newcomers and long-time members alike. We explore the history, ideals, and current interests of the Ethical Society community and our place in the philosophical/religious firmament. Dr. Richard Koral, Leader, moderates
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