„A being whose activities are associated with others has a social environment. What he does and what he can do depend upon the expectations, demands, approvals, and condemnations of others. A being connected with other beings cannot perform his own activities without taking the activities of others into account. For they are the indispensable conditions of the realization of his tendencies.“ (Chap. Two, §2) #Dewey #TheSocialEnvironment
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Dewey, John, Democracy and Education: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Education. London: Macmillan 1916.