Modern Lens Design by Smith W.J.

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Through his daily routine he is “taking a stand for [himself] as a certain kind of person” (Crowe 2006, p. 189). Curly’s everyday routineness is how he is. Dewey’s (1957b) notion of “habit” lines up closely with Heidegger’s (1962) understanding of being-in-the-world in an everyday manner. However, Dewey’s interpretation of habits as consequences of experience does add contrast to the seemingly similar perspectives. According to Dewey, habits are “acquired predispositions to ways or modes of response” (Dewey 1957a, p.

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