John Dewey

John Dewey was a professor at the University of Chicago (of John Rockefeller), who co-founded The New School. He was educated at the University of Vermont and Johns Hopkins (affiliated with S&B) with G. Stanley Hall (American Psychology Association). He wrote The School and Society in 1899. He was president of the American Psychological Association (related to SPR, William James of TS). In 1919 he co-founded The New School in Greenwich Village, with Horace Kellen (Harvard, Zionist), associated with Columbia University and the Frankfurt School.

He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

He helped creating the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) with Charles Edward Russell.

At Columbia he was the teacher of Sidney Hook (CCNY, CCF, ACCF), Max Eastman (ACCF) and Corliss Lamont (ACLU, friend of Julian Huxley). He was married to Alice Chipman. He visited Japan and China in 1919, days before the May 4 protests (cult of Baal). His visit to South Africa was funded by the Carnegie's. He wrote for The New Republic of Walter Lippman, which promoted Joseph Stalin.

He played a role in the Dewey Commission (Sun in Libra) with Sidney Hook, Norman Thomas and John Dos Passos to defend communist Leon Trotsky after the Moscow trials of Joseph Stalin.

He was a friend of Henry Bergson (SPR, brother of Moina Mathers of the HOGD). In 1939 he became president of the League for Industrial Democracy, the succesor of Lippmann's Intercollegiate Socialist Society, which later became the Students for a Democratic Society (influential in the 60's) of jesuit Michael Harrington.

He was a friend of Agnes Meyer, wife of Eugene Meyer (Federal Reserve, World Bank, Washington Post) the mother of Katherine Graham (friend of Truman Capote).

Propaganda in the British press (open letter of George Orwell, Arthur Koestler, CEM Joad, HG Wells) cited the Dewey Comission and announced the Nuremberg trials.

He joined propaganda offices CCF and ACCF with Sidney Hook and Arthur Koestler.

Through the American public school education system, he helped making school indoctrination mandatory (seperation of the family).

He organised the March on Illinois (fake Civil Rights Movement of the NAACP).

He helped creating the Black Mountain College with Buckminster Fuller (Esalen), Paul Goodman, Robert Duncan (friend of Anais Nin who played in Kenneth Anger movie, gay agenda with father of Robert de Niro), Robert Creely (friend of Greenwich Village poet Allen Ginsberg), Willem de Kooning (promoted by Harold Rosenberg).

He was a member of the League for Academic Freedom with Albert Einstein.

Steven Clark Rockefeller wrote his autobiography (the University of Chicago was affiliated with the Rockefellers and Carnegie).

Astrological chart

born 10/20/1859, date d Henry Stimson (architect of the Nuremberg trial), Snoop Dogg, Kamala Harris, Viggo Mortensen, Danny Boyle who directed the James Holmes Olympic Phoenix ritual, d Michael Massee who shot Brandon Lee, Arthur Rimbaud, Christopher Columbus.

Asc: Sagittarius, mc: Virgo. Dom: Virgo (the Hermit), Scorpio, Sagittarius - Mars, Neptune, Jupiter.

Houses 11, 8, 10. 11: Sun in Libra, Venus conj Mercury in Scorpio, 8: Jupiter in Cancer, Moon in Leo, 10: Mars in Virgo.

died 6/1/1952, date Frank Morgan (Wizard of Oz), death Adolf Eichman, Marilyn Monroe, Morgan Freeman.

Works

1884 The New Psychology
1887 Psychology
1888 Leibniz's New Essays Concerning the Human Understanding
1894 The Ego as Cause
1896 The Reflex Arc Concept in Psychology
1897 My Pedagogic Creed
1899 The School and Society
1902 The Child and the Curriculum
1904 The Relation of Theory to Practice in Education
1905 The Postulate of Immediate Empiricism
1909 Moral Principles in Education
1910 How We Think
1915 German Philosophy and Politics
1916 Democracy and Education: an introduction to the philosophy of education
1919 Reconstruction in Philosophy
1920 Letters from China and Japan
1921 China, Japan and the U.S.A.
1922 Human Nature and Conduct
1925 Experience and Nature
1927 The Public and its Problems (response to Walter Lippmann's The Phantom Public)
1929 The Quest for Certainty
1929 The Sources of a Science of Education
1930 Individualism Old and New
1931 Philosophy and Civilization
1932 Ethics (with James Hayden Tufts)
1934 Art as Experience
1934 A Common Faith
1935 Liberalism and Social Action
1938 Experience and Education
1938 Logic: The Theory of Inquiry
1939 Freedom and Culture
1939 Theory of Valuation
1949 Knowing and the Known

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