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|Introduction: Overdue Conversations||p. 1|
|German Post-Kantian Idealism and Dewey's Metaphysics: Mutual Themes||p. 6|
|Dewey, Hegel, and Knowledge after Kant||p. 26|
|Traces of Hegelian Bildung in Dewey's Philosophy||p. 44|
|Pragmatism and Gay Science: Comparing Dewey and Nietzsche||p. 69|
|Dewey, Nietzsche, and the Self-Image of Philosophy||p. 90|
|Heidegger: A Pragmatist by Any Means||p. 11... MORE|
|Science, Nature, and Philosophic Foundations: Dewey and Heidegger||p. 126|
|Pragmatism and Hermeneutics||p. 148|
|Dewey, Gadamer, and the Status of Poetry among the Arts||p. 161|
|Educating the Self: Dewey and Foucault||p. 174|
|The History and Critique of Modernity: Dewey with Foucault against Weber||p. 194|
|Meanings, Communication, and Politics: Dewey and Derrida||p. 219|
|Eagerness for Experience: Dewey and Deleuze on the Problematic of Thinking and Learning||p. 233|
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Paul Fairfield is associate professor of philosophy at Queen’s University in Ontario. He is the author of six books, including most recently Education After Dewey.