I have begun updating the glossary. This includes refining definitions, adding new terms, and including a number of placeholders for terms needing definition. I also plan to begin including conceptual mechanics in Dewey's thought, which are the key to distinguishing oneself as a scholar as opposed to someone just familiar with Dewey. For example, did anyone notice that scholars frequently write "present, past, and future," when writing about temporality? There's a reason it's not "past, present, future."