Reading: Dewey and Tufts-Ethics
Part III The World of Action (pp. [masked])
This is really the main point of Dewey's Ethics. Not theoretical considerations, universal laws or rhetorical arguments but finding the best response to real world problems. In Part III of Dewey and Tufts' Ethics we see Dewey's ethical ideas applied to practical issues of the day: social problems, war and peace, communism and fascism, economics and labor, marriage, the family, the environment, immigration, taxes, security, religion and, of course, education.