How We Think

How We Think

Written by:
John Dewey
Narrated by:
Kenny Davis
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Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
March 2023
6 hours 13 minutes
How We Think is a seminal work by the American philosopher and educator John Dewey, first published in 1910. The book explores the process of human thought and inquiry, examining how we develop ideas and knowledge, and how we use critical thinking and problem-solving to make sense of the world around us.

Dewey's approach emphasizes the importance of experience and reflection in the process of learning and thought. He argues that our thinking is influenced by our past experiences and that we must reflect on those experiences in order to form new ideas and perspectives. He also advocates for a scientific approach to inquiry, emphasizing the importance of observation, experimentation, and testing in the development of knowledge.

In How We Think, Dewey also introduces his ideas on experimentalism and pragmatism, arguing that knowledge must be grounded in experience and that theories and ideas must be tested through practical application. He discusses the role of logic and critical thinking in this process, and the importance of education in fostering these skills.

How We Think is a groundbreaking work in the fields of philosophy, education, and psychology, and remains relevant today for its insights into the nature of human thought and learning
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