Reading on: Reactions to the new naturalismDewey, John in Living Philosophies, Simon and Schuster, New York 1931 [abstract 70 words] what we experience is the real world and it is forever changing
The real shift to the modern intellectual life involved the reliance on the methods of science as the most dependable means of knowing. What is needed now is a new philosophy of experience which will accept that all things are in a state of continuous change.
There is no one purpose or meaning to life although there may be multiple ones. Process, growth, change and experience are key ideas.