Roberto Unger, in an essay called Science and Politics between a domesticated and radicalised Pragmatism says:
The philosophical heroes of Domesticated Pragmatism are Wittgenstein and Dewey, interpreted to remove from their ideas whatever was shadowy and subversive...[which] in turn leads to a conservative anti-philosophical philosophy, and an anti-political politics; remitting us to a worshipful acceptance of established practises
In Wittgenstein, one shadowy element is his mysticism and his ascetism.
What are these elements that are shadowy and subversive in Dewey? How does one paint Dewey in chiarscuro?