A brilliant piece of editing which makes available for the man in the street a comprehensive and representative volume which will give Dewey his rightful place as one of our greatest educators and philosophers, recognized by the masses as well as the scholars. Dewey speaks for the average man because his world is the world of every day, his thesis that philosophy rests on the test of practice and experience. The introduction places him as an active philosopher. The material drawn from his own work, and including some of his most recent writings, gives a broad view of his philosophy and the steps by which he attained his present eminence. An important book for school and college libraries, and for students for modern thought.