``The most valuable knowledge we can possess is of the use and functioning of the self.'' p.25
``Dewey believed that the formation and execution of ideas depended on habits.`Reason pure of all influence from prior habit is fiction,' he said, adding that `the real opposition is not between reason and habit, but between routine unintelligent habit and intelligent habit or art.
The organization of our physical, emotional and intellectual functions is extremely complex. The important thing to remember about these three functions is that we do have a choice about the way we employ them. The most fundamental form of misuse is the failure to make choices.'' p.33