Pentti Määttänen, the Finnish philosopher, has a review of the Finnish translation of John Dewey’s Reconstruction in Philosophy (1929) in the current issue of Tieteessä Tapahtuu (1/2013). Määttänen’s article was a delight to read and perhaps the only non-dualist piece of writing in that issue. I really like Määttänen as a writer as well as a lecturer. His somewhat dry humour makes any philosophical topic interesting. Go ahead and read Määttänen’s review if you know Finnish. I promise it will be a well spent five minutes.