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#experiential #expectations ✱ John Dewey

ordinary experience expectations conflict

John Dewey (1934) described ordinary experience as being continuous but often characterized by distraction and even conflict between expectations and actual outcomes … there are times when what we observe and what we think don’t match, when what we expect and what we get are at odds

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