Theory Talk #-100: John Dewey (1859–1952) on the Horror of Making His Poetry Public
TT: Dear Professor Dewey. Thank you so much for your willingness to participate in this Talk. Theory Talks is an open-access journal, which contributes to International Relations debates by publishing interviews with cutting-edge theorists. It is not often that Theory Talks is able to overcome space-time limitations and conduct a Talk with a departed theorist.
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