Ethics. The Later Works of John Dewey, 1925-1953, Volume 7
by Dewey, John (1932)
“The most promising remedy for the mechanizing influence of the machine, and for its displacement of the old-time skill of the craftsman and pride in the workmanlike or artistic value of the product, is to be found in education” (p.381)
KeywordsEthics, Dewey, Citizenship, Mechanisation, Machine, Automation, Craft, Art, Eduation
ThemesDewey Citations, Dewey
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