New Jersey, Globe Book Company 1990
An excellent textbook for its readability for students and for its activities. At the High School level, it suits nonacademic students best.
Experience and Education
NY, MacMillan 1963
A short book that introduces a reader to some of the key ideas of Dewey.
The Middle Works
Volumes 1-14, Jo Ann Boydston (ed) S. Illinois Univ. Press, Lon: Feffer & Simons 1979
These volumes represent the mature writings of Dewey. Volumes 1-3 and 7 are sufficient reading to understand his theory of science and ethics. They are somewhat technical, dense and do not make easy reading, however, it is not that much and, in my view, worthwhile the effort. He is generally acclaimed as the United States most original thinker in classical, yet quite radical philosophy.
Genetics and the Law III
(ed) Milunski, A and Annas, G. NY, Plenum Press `84
The proceedings of the Third National Symposium on Genetics and the Law, held April 2-4 1984, is at times rather dry for its understated mode of expression, but for the most part, in a single volume, it goes to the heart of a representative set of ethical problems in genetics that are far from resolved at the brink of the twenty-first century. All the scenarios, with the exception of the one dealing with gender issues (an adaptation from Susan Baserga’s Genetics Seminar, 1995 at Yale University) were inspired by situations discussed in this collection of papers.
Schraer, William and Stoltze, Herbert.
Biology: the Study of Life
New Jersey Prentice Hall, 1991
The book provides an excellent background for High School introductory biology students, assuming their reading skills are grade appropriate. Its photography and diagrams are much superior to Globe Biology, however it lacks the activities of Globe that academic students can benefit from.