Dr. King records John Dewey's views on philosophy and religion.

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Dewey He conceives of philosophy as being two tied up with religious problems. In this sense we have not quite emerged from the middle ages. The modern era will not emerge until naturalism has triumphed in every area of modern life. This does not mean the mind is reduced to matter, but it does mean that mind and [Crossed out: MS: illegible] [Inserted text: life] must be dealt with biologically rather than theologically.
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