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タイトル: ジョン・デューイのインタラクション理論再考
その他のタイトル: John Dewey's Interactional Theory Seen in a New Light
著者: 齋藤, 直子
著者(別言語): Saito, Naoko
発行日: 1995年2月28日
出版者: 東京大学教育学部
掲載誌情報: 東京大学教育学部紀要. 34巻, 1995.2, p.49-59
抄録: John Dewey (1859-1952) is an American philosopher and psychologist who perceives life as integrally interacting with the environment. In Dewey's theory of interaction, human beings engaged in interaction with the environment demonstrate active power; human beings are not at the mercy of the surrounding environment and they develop their power because of interaction with their environment. This presents a question : why and how does Dewey think human beings grow powerful in the process of interaction with the environment, rather than being dissolved by the power of surrounding environment? I will give conclusion to this question through the following two perspectives : (1) how Dewey treats nature and physical objects in interaction with human beings, and (2) how, in Dewey's idea, human beings perceive the surrounding environment as they interact with it, especially in the initial phase of interaction.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2261/673
ISSN: 04957849


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