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The Undiscovered Dewey: Religion, Morality, and the Ethos of Democracy Hardcover – Dec 30 2008

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Excellent Book June 26 2010
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This book is a valuable addition to the existing literature on Dewey. I am sorry the previous reviewer took it upon himself to bash the publisher, when the purpose of the book review is to review the book. If I could give this book more than five stars, I would.
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Fine book but awful scanning job; shame on the publisher May 29 2010
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This is a fine and important book that would be worth the price if it were not for the fact that the real book has been scanned by either a very poor machine or a careless graduate student. The publishers ought to be ashamed of themselves. I would try and get my money back but Amazon does not do anything when you complain about poor scanning. If publishers are to make money off digital copies of their books they need to find a better technology than scanning, with all of its imperfections. I regret buying this version of the book. My only consolation is that the print version is so much more expensive. As for the text, the author is making a very important point about the need for humility in inquiry but he does so in that awful philosophical style of writing primarily for other philosophers. Why don't science writers take up the task of translating the opaque prose of so many academics and render them useful for intelligent readers.

There are many other versions of this same kind of poor scanning. I complained to Amazon about one of Rorty's volumes three times and they never responded. Why don't we read more about this in all the rave reviews for Kindle and the iPad?