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  • John E. Wise (a1), Stuart Noblin (a2) and Sol Cohen (a3)


Bias is a hard word to take, and I do not think that its use is justified in Professor Ralph W. Jones's review of my book, The History of Education (History of Education Quarterly, March, 1965, page 70). The instance he quotes is: “It is pertinent therefore to assert that Dewey rejects any such thing as a spiritual soul and a personal God. His notion of self-realization consequently must be assessed in this context.” This is a statement of fact, not a biased interpretation. The fact is of importance and deserves inclusion in the narration.



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