QuestionsWhat are the main aspects of John Dewey ideology?
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John's worldview is mostly based on the following:  "Truth" is that which serves our needs and works. No values are set in stone. Every value varies through time and space. A sequence of experiments and deliberate activities make up a human existence. It's all tentative. Nothing has a finality. Understanding and cognition are connected to activities; information is never an end in itself. Thought and action complement one another, but action is better than thought.