This antiquarian book contains a fascinating and detailed treatise on experience and nature, written by John Dewey. This interesting and accessible text will greatly appeal to those with a keen interest in psychology and philosophy, and it is one not to be missed by collectors of such literature. The chapters of this book include: Experience and Philosophic Method; Existence as Precarious and as Stable; Nature, Ends and Histories; Nature, Means and Knowledge; Nature, Communication and Meaning; Nature, Mind and Subject; Nature, Life and Body-Mind, etcetera. John Dewey (1859 -1952) was an American psychologist, philosopher, and educational reformer who has been influential in education and social reform. Dewey is also one of the main people associated with philosophy of pragmatism and is widely hailed as one of the founders of functional psychology. This book is being republished in an affordable, modern edition complete with a new prefatory biography of the author.