B.A. (McMaster) M.A. (Waterloo) Ph.D. (McMaster)
Continental Philosophy, Philosophy of Education, Political Theory Office Hours:
(613) 533.6000 ext. 78185 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.paulfairfield.com/ Paul Fairfield’s primary areas of research are philosophical hermeneutics, philosophy of education, and political theory. His contributions to hermeneutics include his most recent book, Philosophical Hermeneutics Reinterpreted (2011), and two others: The Ways of Power (2002) and Theorizing Praxis (2000). Writings in the philosophy of education include Education After Dewey (2009) and an edited volume entitled Education, Dialogue and Hermeneutics (2010). Fairfield’s work in political theory includes Why Democracy? (2008), Public/Private (2005), and Moral Selfhood in the Liberal Tradition (2000). Fairfield has recently edited a volume on John Dewey and Continental Philosophy (2010), and from 2001 through 2007 he served as editor of Symposium: Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy . Current projects include two books: Death: A Philosophical Inquiry and Transitions: An Essay on Historical Change . Fairfield has taught at Queen’s University since 2002. He is also a djunct p rofessor at the University of Ottawa.