Anti-Representationalism, John Dewey

Some Unfinished Thoughts on Dewey and Anti-Representation

One of the most interesting things to learn from John Dewey is his anti-representational sentiment. Common to all pragmatist thinking is the idea of association and consequence of actions; that is, for instance in aesthetics, the grasping of a piece of art is never an understanding, an attempt to mirror, but an experiencing, an experimentation.
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