Lamont, Corliss
July 1983
Humanist;Jul/Aug1983, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p15
Focuses on the experiences of philosopher John Dewey and his wife Roberta in a Catholic hospital in Phoenix, Arizona in 1951. Reason of Dewey for being in the hospital; Details of attempts to convert Dewey back to the Catholic faith; Comparison of the experiences of Dewey to the dying days and hours of philosopher George Santayana.


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