John Dewey: dois textos, dois tempos, duas “vibes”

Autores

  • Ana Mae Barbosa

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5965/24471267722021013

Resumo

Depois de mais de um ano de enclausuramento para evitar contágio com o Coronavírus, apavorada de medo que minha filha que tem problemas respiratórios se contamine, estou sem energia para escrever artigos mas continuo adorando escrever sem compromisso acadêmico, sem ter de obedecer à ABNT. Jociele aceitou que eu escrevesse um ensaio ou um depoimento sobre a recepção de John Dewey no Brasil. Optei pelo depoimento.

Referências

BARBOSA, Ana Mae. John Dewey e o ensino da Arte no Brasil. SP: Cortez, 2011, 7ª edição,

pag. 13-32.

FERNANDES de Andrade, E. N., & VINICIUS da Cunha, M. A contribuição de John Dewey

ao ensino da arte no Brasil. Espacio, Tiempo y Educación, 3(2), 2016, pág. 301-319. doi:

http://dx.doi.org/10.14516/ete.2016.003.002.013

Atualização bibliográfica de 1977 ao fim de século XX:

AMARAL, M. Nazaré de C. Pacheco. Dewey: Filosofia e Experiência Democrática. São

Paulo: Editora Perspectiva, 1990.

ARCILLA, Rene Vicente. For the love of perfection: Richard Rorty and Liberal Education.

New York: Routledge, 1995.

AREHART, Cathy. “Pepper’s categories, Dewey’s Contextualism and The Black Aesthetic”.

Paunch, nºs. 36 e 37, Abril, 1973.

ARLISS, Rebecca M. “The Dissertation as a Learning Experience”. Insights nº 23, Dezembro,

, pág. 6-7.

ATKINSON, Glen. “Institutional Adjustment Instrumental Efficiency and Reasonable

Value”. Journal of Economic, nº 24, 1990, pág. 1095-1107.

ATKINSON, Harley. “Dewey’s Process of Reflective Thinking and Christian Education” -

Christian Education Journal, nº 9, 1989, pág. 17-29.

ATKINSON, Lilian. “Teachning Morality in the Schools”. Illinois Schools Journal nº 62, 1982,

pág74-84.

AUXIER, Randall E. “Dewey on Religion and History”. Southwest Philosophy Review, nº 6,

, pág. 45- 58.

AYERS, William. “Problems and Possibilities of Radical Reform: a teacher educator reflects

one making change”, Peabody Journal of Education nº 65, Inverno,1988, pág. 35-49.

______________ “Rethinking the Profession of Teaching: a progressive option action” in

Teacher Education nº 12, 1990, pág 1-5.

BALDWIN, John - George Herbert Mead: A Unifying Theory of Sociology. Beverly Hills,

California: Sage Publications, 1988.

__________. “Advancing The Chicago School of Pragmatic Sociology”, Sociological Inquiry,

, pág. 1-27.

BARBOSA, Ana Mae. John Dewey e o ensino da Arte no Brasil. SP:Cortez, 2011, 7ª Edição,

pgs.

BARNES, Nora Ganim. “What Dewey Didn’t Tell us: A closer look at our basic assumptions

in marketing Health Services”, Journal of Health Marketing nº 5, Outono, 1985, pág. 59-61.

BARTOCK, Geoffrey Herman – The Minds and the Masses, 1760 - 1980, London: George

Allen and UNWIN, 1984.

BAUER, Norman. “Toward a Multiple Option Society”, Insights nº 22, Maio, 1992, pág. 4-5.

BEANE, James A. Affect in the Curriculum, Toward Democracy, Dignity and Diversity,

New York: Teachers Collage Press, 1990.

BEDFORD, David. “John Dewey’s Logical Project” Journal of Pragmatics, nº 19, 1993, pág.

-68.

BEATTIE, Catherine. “Judging the Worth of Curriculum Materials” Journal of Curriculum

Studies, nº 18, 1986, pág. 299-309.

BEINEKE, John A. “The Investigation of John Dewey by the FBI” Educational Theory, nº 37, 1987, pág. 43-52.

______________“William Heard Kilpatrick’s, final years at the Teachers” College Educational

Theory, nº 39, 1989, pág. 139-49.

BENITEZ, Mario A. “What is Wrong with Teaching in Higher Education?”, in James Van

Patten (ed), Understanding the Many Faces of the Culture of Higher Education, Lewinston,

New York: Edwin Press, 1993, pág. 85-106.

BENNETT, James O. “Dewey on Causality and Novelty”. Transactions of the Charles S.

Pierce Society, nº 16, 1980.

BENSON, Karen. “Through Conflict and Emotion Towards Community, Would John Dewey

Agree?”, Proceedings of Far Western Philosophy of Education Society, pág. 33-40, 1992.

BENSON, Kathryn. “Clinton and Reform: Practical Solutions for Particular Problems”

Insights, nº 28, Dezembro, 1992, pág. 5-6.

BENTON Center for Curriculum and Instruction. “Two Portraits of Dewey, An Historical

Tale” Report from the Center, University of Chicago, nº 5, Inverno, 1999, pág. 1-5.

BERDING, Joop W.A. “In a Deweyan Spirit: a Dutch View on the Case of Minority Groups”,

Insights, nº 28, Julho, 1992, pág. 6-7.

BERNSTEIN, Richard Jacob. “Dewey Democracy: the Task Ahead of US”. In John Rajchman

and Cornel West (ed), Post-Analytic Philosophy NewYork, Columbia University Press 1985,

pág. 48-59.

______________“The Resurgence of Pragmatism.” Social Research, nº 59, Inverno 1992,

pág. 813-40.

_____________The New Constellation: The Ethical-Political Horizons of Modernity-Post

Modernity. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1992.

BOISVERT, Raymond D. John Dewey Rethinking Our Time. New York State University of

New York Press, 1998.

BOYDSTON, Jo Ann. The middle works of John Dewey, 1899-1924, Carbondale: Southern

Illinois University Press, 1983.

_____________The Later Works of John Dewey, 1925 – 1953, Carbondale: Southern Illinois

University Press, 1989.

BOWERS, C.A. Elements of a Post-Liberal Theory of Education, New York, Teachers College

Press, 1987.

_____________Education, Cultural Myths and the Ecological Crises, Albany: State University,

of New York Press, 1993.

BREESE, Dave. “The Vast Emergence: John Dewey in his seven men who rule the world

from the grave”, Chicago: Moody Press, 1990, pág. 151-77.

BROUDY, Harry Samuel. “Truth and Credity: The Citizen’s Dilemma”, J. Dewey Society

Lectures Series, n º 17, New York, Longman, 1981.

BRUBACHER, John W., Charles W. Case and Timothy G. Reagan. Becoming a Reflective

Educator: How to Build a Culture of Inquiry in the Schools. Thousand Oaks, California:

Corwin Press, 1994.

BRUNER, Jerome. “Language and Experience”, in R.S. Peters, John Dewey Reconsidered.

London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1977.

CAMPBELL, James. Understanding John Dewey. Chicago: Open Court, 1996.

DEARBORN, Mary V. Love in the Promised Land: The story of Anzia Yezierska and J.

Dewey, New York: Free Press, 1988.

DEEGAN, Mary Jo. Jane Addams and the Men of the Chicago School, 1892-1918, New

Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction Books, 1988.

GAVIN, William. Context over Foundation: Dewey and Marx Dordrecht, Holand: D. Reidel

Publishing Co., 1988.

GHIRALDELLI, Paulo. Anísio Teixeira - o nosso pragmatista do século XX fazendo filosofia

no começo do século XXI em Revista Teias: Rio de janeiro Faculdade de Educação / UERJ,

Ano 1, Num 1, jan./jun. 2000, pág. 119-123

HASKINS, Casey and SEIPLE, David I. Dewey Reconfigured: essays on deweyan pragmatism.

New York: State University of New York Press, 1999.

HICKMAN, Larry A (ed.) Reading Dewey: Interpretations for Postmodern Generation.

Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1998.

JACKSON, Philip W. John Dewey and the Lessons of Art. New Haven and London: Yale

University Press, 1998.

MORRIS, Robert. Size Matter. Critical inquire, volume 26, número 3 Primavera, 2000 pág.

-487

POPP, Jerome A. Naturalizing Philosophy of Education: John Dewey in the Post Analytic

Period. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1998.

SEIGFRIED, Charlene Haddock. Pragmatism and Feminism. Chicago & London: The

University of Chicago Press, 1996.

STUHR, John. Philosophy and Reconstruction of Culture, Albany: State University of New

York Press, 1993.

Além dessa bibliografia são importantes também os números monográficos de revistas

como:

The Resurgence of Pragmatism da Social Research vol 59, Inverno, 1992, pág. 813-40.

Rorty, Dewey and Post Modern Metaphysics da Southern Journal of Philosophy, vol 27, 1989,

-92.

O Council for Research in Music Education publicou (n93) no verão de 87 uma avaliação da

influência de Dewey na Educação Musical.

Downloads

Publicado

2021-10-31

Como Citar

BARBOSA, A. M. John Dewey: dois textos, dois tempos, duas “vibes”. Revista Apotheke, Florianópolis, v. 7, n. 2, 2021. DOI: 10.5965/24471267722021013. Disponível em: https://periodicos.udesc.br/index.php/apotheke/article/view/20768. Acesso em: 20 jan. 2022.