An American intellectual movement of the late 19th century, composed primarily of Prussian emigres who coalesced around the St. Louis Philosophical Society. Fused Hegelian and Transcendentalist ideas into a philosophy of education which remains influential, primarily through its influence on John Dewey.
Article by Richard Field in the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, detailing the historical development and influence of this American philosophical school.
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