I today read this article that overlaps with Dewey's "Having an Experience" that shows a strong family resemblance. Greg, in particular, I wanted to send this to you as a part of reflecting on notions exploring "intersubjectivity" and "interobjectivity". This article does seem to have a North American type emphasis on the "I" in relation to the "Me" but read in con/junction with the articles we have been exploring recently, I know others will be fascinated with Mead's notions of aesthetic. In particular I recommend the section where Mead contrasts action as "useful" and the experience that is "appreciative" and has a relation to use values.
AUGUST 21 2015 NEIDDU ANNAIntrasubjective and Intersubjective Creative Process in MEAD.pdf
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