New York: Springer, 2014. 111 pages. isbn 978-94-007-7847-4 $29.99 (eBook). isbn 978-94-007-7846-7 $49.95 (Softcover).
Education is not a system of schools and institutions but is a way of living in the world. This claim, although uncontroversial to many, is rightly supported and developed using the resources of John Dewey’s education and political philosophy in John Baldacchino’s book John Dewey: Liberty and the Pedagogy of Disposition. In this short and insightful work of about one hundred pages, Baldacchino presents the reader with both a reading of Dewey and a conversation with Dewey, highlighting the