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ABSTRACT. Human action runs thick with aims and means. Without aims, without means, and the interplay between them the very idea of action itself would be unintelligible. Through space and time means are transformed into aims or ends-in-view; and aims simultaneously signal the possibilities of further means, and so ad infinitum. This article represents a keynote address given to the NZARE Conference on Aims and Ends in Education, at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, 29 August 2016. pp. 16–24

Keywords: experience; aims; means; ends-in-view; pragmatism; creative democracy

doi:10.22381/KC5620172

JOHN FREEMAN-MOIR
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University of Canterbury

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