Among contemporary classical educators, John Dewey is routinely denounced as the arch-antagonist of classical education. He is treated as the champion of the progressive education movement which supplanted classical liberal arts education, and his educational ideas are almost universally excoriated and pilloried. In fact, however, Dewey’s though is quite complex, difficult to understand, and remarkably nuanced.

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