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Greg McVerry

Dewey on the web and silos in 1934

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All communication is like art. It may fairly be said, therefore, that any social arrangement that remains vitally social, or vitally shared, is educative to those who participate in it. Only when it becomes cast in a mold and runs in a routine way does it lose its educative power.

It's like Dewey knew what would happen if we didn't drive people onto the web

pg 142 Democracy and Education