David L. Hildebrand, Ph.D., Philosophy

Vita for David Hildebrand

Last revised 6/19/15

David Louis Hildebrand, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy

Box 179, P.O. Box 173364

University of CO Denver

Denver, CO 80217-3364

(303) 556-8558, Fax:(303) 556-8100

david.hildebrand@ucdenver.edu

  Personal/Academic Website: davidhildebrand.org 

Academia.Edu: ucdenver.academia.edu/DavidHildebrand

Education

1997 Ph.D. in Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX

1987 B.A. in Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

Professional Experience

2013- Chair, Philosophy Department, University of CO Denver, Denver, CO

2009- Associate Professor, University of CO Denver, Denver, CO

2004-09 Assistant Professor, University of CO Denver, Denver, CO 

2003-04 Visiting Assistant Professor, University of CO Denver, Denver, CO 

2001-03 Lecturer, University of Memphis and Christian Brothers University, Memphis, TN 

2000-01 Lecturer, Rice University and University of Houston, Houston, TX 

1999-2000 Lecturer, University of Texas at Austin and St. Edward's University, Austin, TX

1999 Lecturer, Austin Community College, Austin, TX

1997-98 Lecturer, University of Texas at Austin 

1997 Adjunct Professor, St. Edward’s University, Austin, TX 

1997 Instructor, Austin Community College, Austin, TX 

1995-96 Assistant Instructor, full teaching duties, University of Texas at Austin 

1991-95 Teaching Assistant, University of Texas at Austin 

1988-90 Director of Education and Public Relations, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C. 

Refereed Publications

Books 

2008 John Dewey: A Beginner's Guide. Oxford, UK: Oneworld Press, 2008.

2003 Beyond Realism and Antirealism: John Dewey and the Neopragmatists. Vanderbilt University Press, 2003.

Articles

2015 "Art is not Entertainment: John Dewey’s Pragmatist Defense of an Aesthetic Distinction." Southwest Philosophy Review, vol. 31, no. 1 (January 2015). Forthcoming.

2011 "Could Experience Be More Than a Method? Dewey’s Practical Starting Point." In R. Frega (ed.), Pragmatist Epistemologies, Lexington Publishing, Lanham, 2011. Note: this is the English version, slightly edited, of “L’esperienza potrebbe essere più di un metodo? Il punto di partenza pratico di Dewey.” Discipline Filofische. Issue entitled, Epistemologie Pragmatiste, edited by Roberto Brigati e Roberto Frega. 19:2, 2009, pp. 81-102. Translated into Italian by Roberto Frega. Article was peer-reviewed/refereed before acceptance for publication.

2011 "Pragmatic Democracy: Inquiry, Objectivity, and Experience." Metaphilosophy 42:5 (October 2011), pp. 589-604. Note: Revised version of keynote address to at the "Second Nordic Pragmatism Conference: Pragmatism in Society and Democracy," Reykjavík, Iceland, August 27-29, 2009. Article was peer-reviewed/refereed before acceptance for journal publication.

2008 "Epistemic and Rhetorical Remedies for the Evolution/Intelligent Design Predicament." Southwest Philosophy Review 24:1 , 2008, pp. 43-52.

2008 "Addressing Controversies in Science Education: A Pragmatic Approach to Evolution Education." Lead author; co-authors: Dr. Kim Bilica (UTSA) and Dr. John Capps (RIT) Science & Education 17: 8-9 (Sept. 2008), pp. 1033-1052. First appeared online, December 2006. 

2006 "Does Every Theory Deserve A Hearing? Evolution, Creationism, and the Limits of Democratic Inquiry." Southern Journal of Philosophy XLIV: June 2006, pp. 217-236.

2005 "Academics Are Intellectual Entrepreneurs." Peer Review, Association of American Colleges and Universities, Spring 2005, pp. 30-31.

2005 "Pragmatism, Neopragmatism, and Public Administration." Administration & Society, 37:3, July 2005, pp. 345-359.

2001 "Progress in History: Dewey on Knowledge of the Past." The Review Journal of Philosophy and Social Science, 26:1, 2001, pp. 167-202. 

2003 “The Neopragmatist Turn.” Southwest Philosophy Review, 19:1 (January)

2000 "Putnam, Pragmatism, and Dewey." Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society. 36:1, 2000, pp. 109-132.

1999 "Philosophy's Relevance and the Pattern of Inquiry." Teaching Philosophy 22:4, 1999, pp. 375-387.

1996 "Genuine Doubt and the Community in Peirce’s Theory of Inquiry." Southwest Philosophy Review 12:1, 1996, pp. 33-43.

1995 "Was Kenneth Burke a Pragmatist?" Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society. 31:3, 1995, pp. 632-658.

1993 "Kimball on Whitehead on Perception." Process Studies 22:1, 1993, pp. 13-20.

Invited Publications (some peer-Reviewed)

Articles, Commentaries

2014 “Introduction.” Introduction to special issue of European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy (Volume 6, No. 2, 2014; editor, David Hildebrand) entitled, “Language or Experience: Charting Pragmatism’s Course for the 21st Century.”

2014 Comment on Rosenberg’s 'Justice, the Lorax and the Environment'." (Invited but refereed for publication.) Southwest Philosophy Review, 30:2, (July 2014).

2011 "Pragmatic Objectivity in History, Journalism and Philosophy." Presidential Address of 72nd annual Southwestern Philosophical Society, Southwest Philosophy Review, 27:1, (Winter, 2011).

2010 Commentary/Reply to Robert C. Koons' “What Will Replace Behemoth State University?” (March 2, 2010) in Public Discourse: Ethics, Law, and the Common Good, The Witherspoon Institute. Reply published after review by editor, March 16, 2010. URL: http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2010/03/1191. (Accessed 1/17/11)

2010 "Learning and Distraction." Powerpoint presentation with audio. Published online through The Texas Network for Teaching Excellence. URL: http://connect.txpod.org/p30912044/ Published 17 December 2010.

2009 Comment on Tapley's 'What is Wrong With Being a Pervert'." Southwest Philosophy Review 25:2, 2009.

2008 "Public Administration as Pragmatic, Democratic, and Objective." Public Administration Review 68:2, March/April 2008, pp. 222-229.

2006 "Academics Are Intellectual Entrepreneurs." News and Events, Instructional Technology Information (Electronic Educational Environment, UC Irvine). http://eee.uci.edu/news/articles/0606entrepreneurs.php (Accessed 8/1/06) Originally printed in Peer Review (see above).

2006 "Academics Are Intellectual Entrepreneurs." edresource: Education and Technology Listserv (webpage/listserv). http://groups.yahoo.com/group/edresource/message/9125 (Accessed 8/1/06) Originally printed in Peer Review (see above).

2005 "Why Higher Education Deserves Your Support." Reprint of article below. Top Education News, University of Houston, Office of External Communication, University of Houston, April 26, 2005.

2005 "Why Higher Education Deserves Your Support." Commentary, Austin American Statesman, Austin TX, April 20, 2005.

2004 "Comment on 'Pragmatism’s Deliberation' by Stuart Rosenbaum." Southwest Philosophy Review, 20:2, 2004, pp. 199-202.

Book Chapters 

2015 “Margolis’s Advantage: the Pragmatism of Continuity.” Chapter in volume Metaphysics of Culture: The Philosophy of Joseph Margolis: Proceedings of the “Metaphysics of Culture” Conference. Edited by Mats Bergman and Henrik Rydenfelt. Published by Nordic Pragmatism Network (Helsinki). This paper develops ideas initially presented at international conference “The Metaphysics of Culture: The Philosophy of Joseph Margolis.” Helsinki, Finland 20-21 May 2013. (Refereed.)

2013 "Dewey’s Pragmatism: Instrumentalism and Meliorism." Chapter in The Cambridge Companion to Pragmatism ed. Alan Malachowski. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press. December 2013

2004 "Avoiding Wrong Turns: A Philippic Against The Linguistification of Pragmatism." Chapter in Dewey, Pragmatism and Economic Methodology. Edited by Elias L. Khalil. London: Routledge, 2004, pp. 73-86.

2003 "Progress in History: Dewey on Knowledge of the Past." The Philosophy of John Dewey. Edited by Michael V. Belok. Anu Books. (Reprint of 2001 article with same title.)

1999 "Pragmatism and Literary Criticism: The Practical Starting Point." Chapter in REAL: Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature 15, ed. Winfried Fluck. Berlin, New York: de Gruyter, 1999, pp. 303-322.

Book Reviews

2014 Review of Thomas Alexander’s The Human Eros: Eco-Ontology and the Aesthetics of Existence (Fordham University Press, 2013) in Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, 50 (2): 308-313.

2010 Review of Pragmatism as Transition: Historicity and Hope in James, Dewey, and Rorty by Colin Koopman. Columbia University Press, 2009. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. URL: http://ndpr.nd.edu/review.cfm (Co-authored with Gregory Pappas, TAMU.)

2008 Review of A Pragmatist Philosophy of Democracy by Robert B. Talisse. Routledge, 2007. Review appeared in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, August 19, 2008. URL: http://ndpr.nd.edu/review.cfm?id=13965 (accessed 8/25/08).

2006 Article-length review of Dewey's Logical Theory: New Studies & Interpretations, eds. F. Thomas Burke, D. Micah Hester, Robert B. Talisse. Vanderbilt U. Press, 2002. Review appeared in Metaphilosophy 37:1, January 2006, pp. 136-46.

2003 Review, Subjective, Intersubjective, Objective by Donald Davidson. Oxford U. Press, 2002. Review appeared in Review of Metaphysics 57:2, No. 226, December 2003, pp. 395-398.

2002 Review, The Chicago School of Pragmatism by John R. Shook. Thoemmes Press, 2000. Review appeared in Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society. 38:4, Fall 2002, pp. 698-704.

Encyclopedia Entries

2012 “Neopragmatism.” Encyclopedia Entry for New Catholic Encyclopedia Supplement 2012-13: Ethics and Philosophy. Ed., Dr. Robert Fastiggi. Catholic University of America Press and Gale Cengage. 2012.

2005 Entry on American philosopher A.C. Armstrong for Dictionary of Modern American Philosophers, 4 vols., ed. John R. Shook. Bristol, UK: Thoemmes Continuum, 2005.

Work In Preparation/under Consideration

2015-16 Chapter on John Dewey for Oxford Handbook Series, Oxford University Press. Edited by Steven Fesmire. Forthcoming.

2015 “Why Experience Still Matters.” [working title] New England Pragmatist Forum, Inaugural conference, Friday, October 16, 2015, Green Mountain College, Poultney, Vermont, Conference focus:  The Philosophy of John Dewey

2015 “Pragmatism and Experience in Contemporary Debates,” panel proposal for Second European Pragmatism Conference, Paris September, 9-11, 2015. Co-coordinator, Antje Gimmler (University of Aalborg, Denmark). My panel contribution entitled “A Case, with Examples, for Experience in Contemporary Pragmatism.” Other panelists are Joseph Margolis and Bjørn Ramberg. Pending.

2015 “Comment on Rosenbaum and Pappas.” (working title) At Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy 2015 Annual meeting, March 5-7, Grand Rapids, MI. Session, “Discussion Papers on Justice and Environmental Ethics.”

2015 “The Paramount Importance of Experience and Situations in Dewey’s Democracy and Education” (working title) Special double issue of Educational Theory celebrating the the 100th anniversary of the publication of Dewey’s Democracy and Eduction. Edited by Leonard J. Waks. (Forthcoming in 2016)

2014-15 “Pragmatism as an Epistemological Foundation for Mixed Methods Research” (working title). Collaborative article with Burke Johnson, Cornelis De Waal, Tres Stefurak. To be published in German in Cologne Journal of Sociology and Social Psychology.

2014-15 “Richard Rorty on John Dewey.” (Tentative title.) Chapter for A Companion to Rorty, ed. Alan Malachowski. Wiley-Blackwell. Forthcoming.

2015-16 “Neopragmatism: Putnam, Bernstein, Margolis.” Chapter for The Cambridge History of American Philosophy. Edited by Thomas Alexander. Publication expected 2016.

Refereed Presentations and Seminars

2014 "Art is not Entertainment: John Dewey’s Pragmatist Defense of an Aesthetic Distinction." Southwestern Philosophical Society Annual Conference, Lawrence, KS, October 31-November 2, 2014. (Note: this is a revised version of a similar paper given in 2007, 2012, 2013)

2013 “Experience or Language? Pragmatism, Neopragmatism and the Difference Between Them.” Presentation at Mountain Plains Conference, Colorado Springs, CO, October 4, 2013. (Blind, refereed.)

2013 “Margolis’s Advantage: the Pragmatism of Continuity.” Presentation for international conference “The Metaphysics of Culture: The Philosophy of Joseph Margolis.” Helsinki, Finland 20-21 May 2013 (Host: Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies) (Blind, refereed.)

2013 "Entertainment is not Art: A Pragmatist Defense of an Aesthetic Distinction." Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy Annual meeting, Atlantic City, NJ, March 7-9, 2013. (Revised and added Powerpoint/Keynote; based on version of 2012 paper") (Blind, refereed.)

2012 "Entertainment is not Art: A Pragmatist Defense of an Aesthetic Distinction." American Society for Aesthetics, 2012 Meeting, Santa Fe, New Mexico. (Revised version of 2007 paper "Why Entertainment Is Not Worthy of Aesthetic Criticism: Defending the Art/Entertainment Dualism.")

2012 “Pragmatism, Objectivity, and Democratic Inquiry.” Part of three-person panel entitled Media, Objectivity, and Public Inquiry: Pragmatic Strategies for Deliberating in an Age of Manipulation. Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy Conference, New York, NY, March 15-17, 2012.

2011 “Journalism’s Destructive Addiction to Fake Objectivity: How Dewey Can Help Journalists Re-connect with the Public Once Again.” Panel presentation for panel, “Pragmatism as Publicly Engaged Philosophy,” (co-panelists Kenneth W. Stikkers, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, and Jacqueline Kegley, California State University Bakersfield). Advancing Public Philosophy Conference. October 6-8, 2011, Washington, DC Hosted by the Public Philosophy Network.

2009 "Pragmatic Democracy: Inquiry, Objectivity, and Experience." Keynote address, Nordic Pragmatism Conference, August 28, 2009. Reykjavik, Iceland.

2009 "Author Meets Critics." One hour conversation moderated by top scholars in American pragmatism focusing on my book Dewey: A Beginner's Guide. Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy Conference, College Station, TX, March 12-14, 2009. 

2007 "Epistemic and Rhetorical Remedies for the Evolution/Intelligent Design Predicament." Southwestern Philosophical Society Conference, San Antonio, TX, November 9, 2007. 

2007 "Why Entertainment Is Not Worthy of Aesthetic Criticism: Defending the Art/Entertainment Dualism." Mountain Plains Conference, Denver, CO, September 27, 2007.

2006 "Pragmatism and Intelligent Design: Reconstructive Strategies for a Devolving Situation." Part of a panel, Evolution and Intelligent Design, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy Conference, San Antonio, TX, March 9-11, 2006.

2005 "Diversity, Inclusion, and Exclusion: A Reply to Capps." Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy Conference March 3-5, 2005, Bakersfield CA.

2004 "Author Meets Critics." One hour conversation moderated by top scholars in American pragmatism focusing on my book Beyond Realism and Antirealism: John Dewey and the Neopragmatists. Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy Conference, Birmingham, AL, March 3-6 2004.

2003 "Pragmatism, Neopragmatism, and the Linguistic Turn." (Note: minor revision of title, below.) Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy Conference, March 13-16, 2003, Denver, CO.

2002 "The Neopragmatist Turn." (Note: a revised and re-titled version of "Pragmatism, Neopragmatism, and the Linguistic Turn," below.) Southwestern Philosophical Society Conference, November 8-10, 2002, Kansas City, MO.

2002 "Pragmatism, Neopragmatism, and the Linguistic Turn." Mid-South Philosophy Conference, February 23, 2002, Memphis, TN. 

2002 "History is in the Making: Pragmatism, Realism, and Knowledge of the Past." The Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy Conference, March 10, 2002, Portland, ME. 

 2001 "Avoiding Wrong Turns: A Philippic Against The Linguistification of Pragmatism." Presented at conference, "John Dewey: Modernism, Postmodernism and Beyond," an international symposium sponsored by the Behavioral Research Council, a division of the American Institute for Economic Research, Great Barrington, MA, July 20-22, 2001.

2000 "Relevant in the Long Run: Deweyan Inquiry as Pedagogic Method." The Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy Conference, March 10, 2000, Indianapolis, IN.

1998 "Pragmatic Criticism and The Practical Starting Point." Presented at conference, "The Contribution of American Pragmatism to Contemporary Literary and Cultural Studies," John F. Kennedy Institute, Berlin, November 12-14, 1998. Travel grant provided by the JFK Institute.

1996 "Was Kenneth Burke a Pragmatist?" Kenneth Burke Society Triennial Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 11, 1996.

1995 "Genuine Doubt and the Community in Peirce’s Theory of Inquiry." The 57th Annual Southwestern Philosophical Society Conference, Austin, TX, November 10, 1995.

Invited Presentations and Seminars

2014 “Pragmatism and Objectivity: Habits for Democratic Life.” Invited Scholarly and Public Lecture, University of Alabama at Huntsville. April 4, 2014.

2013 “Objectivity and Neutrality in Contemporary Media.” (Invited.) Talk for UCD Graduate School’s “Mini Humanities” Talk Series. Organizer: Inge Wefes. November 13, 2013.

2013 Comment on Rosenberg’s 'Justice, the Lorax and the Environment'." (Invited.) Southwestern Philosophical Society, November 2013 Conference, Fredericksburg, TX.

2013 "Pragmatism, Objectivity, and Democracy." (Invited.) Center for Values and Social Policy, University of Colorado Boulder. October 18, 2013.

2013 “Pragmatism & Objectivity: Dewey and Rorty.” (Invited.) Presentation at Ph.D. course “Pragmatism: research design and the variety of practices.” Aalborg University. May 28, 2013.

2013 “From Neutral to Pragmatic Objectivity: Practical Lessons about Inquiry From Journalism.” (Invited.) Presentation at “Pragmatism and Objectivity" workshop. May 23, 2013. Helsinki, Finland (Host: University of Helsinki, Department of Social Research)

2013 “Dewey not Rorty: Pragmatic Objectivity as Habits for Democratic Life.” (Invited.) Presentation to the Philosophy department at Aarhus University, Denmark. May 27, 2013.

2012 "The Gentle Art of Presenting a Paper." Masters of Humanities and Social Sciences Research Colloquium. April 20, 2012, UCD campus.

2012 “Experience or Language? Choosing Pragmatism's Central Motive.” The First European Pragmatism Conference: The Relevance of American Philosophy.” September 19-21, 2012. Rome, Italy. Hosts: Nordic Pragmatism Network and Associazione Pragma. Host: University of Rome III.

2011 “Pragmatic Objectivity: Epistemic Habits for Democratic Life.” Conference Epistemologia delle pratiche cognitive e valoriali [Epistemology of Cognitive Practices and Values], May 3-4, 2011, Centro Studi Americani, Rome. International conference hosted by Università Roma Tre (Dipartimento di Filosofia), Associazione Pragma e Centro Studi Americani.

2011 “Dewey’s Pragmatic Objectivity: Habits and Virtues for Democracy.” Conference John Dewey: Approches Pragmatiques De La Normativité [John Dewey: Pragmatist Approaches to Ethics], May 13-14, 2011, Paris. International conference organized and hosted by Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Ecole Normale Superieur. 

2010 "Pragmatic Objectivity in History, Journalism and Philosophy." Presidential Address of Southwestern Philosophical Society, Presidential Address, Southwestern Philosophical Society, Memphis, TN. November 13, 2010.

2010 "Dewey and Objectivity." Presented at Helsinki Metaphysical Club, Helsinki, Finland. September 16, 2010.

2010 "Interpretation." Presented at "Brown Bag" Seminar Series, Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, Helsinki, Finland. September 21, 2010.

2010 "Comment on Good." Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy annual conference, March 11-13, 2010, University of North Carolina, Charlotte. 

2010 "Comment on Foust/Drew." Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy annual conference, March 11-13, 2010, University of North Carolina, Charlotte.

2010 "Democracy as a Way of Life: Practical, Deliberative, Creative." Thomas J. Howell Memorial Lecture, Rhode Island College, Providence, R.I. April 8, 2010.

2009 "Dewey's Last Lost Book: Initial Impressions and Reflections." (Invited panel) John Dewey's 150th Birthday Celebration: An International Conference on Dewey's Impact on America and the World. Center for Inquiry, Amherst, NY. October 22-24, 2009.

2008 Comment on Tapley's 'What is Wrong With Being a Pervert'." Southwestern Philosophical Society, November 2008 Conference, Kansas City, MO.

Invited Colloquia 

2014 “Art: What is it and what is it good for?” Presentation to University of Colorado Denver Philosophy Club. 4 November 2014. 

2011 Extended videotaped seminar with Italian graduate students in philosophy (along with Gregory Pappas) on John Dewey. Organizer: Maria Luisi, Università Roma Tre (Dipartimento di Filosofia). Centro Studi Americani, Rome, May 4, 2011. (Pedagogical question and answer format.)

2011 "Pragmatic Objectivity." Presentation to University of Colorado Denver Philosophy Department, Speaker Series. February 16, 2011. 

2009 “Reason, Democracy, and Extravagant Expectations.” Presentation to University of Colorado Denver Philosophy Club. December 1, 2009. 

2003 “Neopragmatism and the Relativist Menace.” Presentation to University of Colorado Denver Philosophy Department, Speaker Series. September 10, 2003.

2007 “Pragmatism and Intelligent Design: Reconstructive Strategies for a Devolving Situation.” Presentation to University of Colorado Denver Philosophy Department, Speaker Series. January 30, 2007.

Edited Journals

2014 Guest editor, special issue of  European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy (Volume 6, No. 2, 2014) entitled, “Language or Experience: Charting Pragmatism’s Course for the 21st Century.”

Other Indicators of Scholarly and Creative Activity

Publications in Non-Academic Venues

2012 “An Elite College Education, Online?” Letter, NY Times. Published May 7, 2012.

Translations by others

2011 “The Neopragmatist Turn” translated as “2. O Giro Neopragmatista.” Revista Redescrições 2:4 (2011). Revista Redescrições is a quarterly publication of the GT-Pragmatism and American Philosophy of Anpof. URL: http://www.gtpragmatismo.com.br/redescricoes/edicao8.htm (Accessed 3/12/13)

2000 "Putnam, Pragmatism, and Dewey." Originally published in the Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society. 36:1 (2000) 109-132. Portuguese translation in online philosophy journal Revista Virtual, Filosofia e Filosofia da Educacao. Edited by Paulo Ghiraldelli, Jr. http://www.filosofia.pro.br/textos/Hildebrand.htm (Accessed May 3, 2001)

Conferences Attended (not presenting)

2013 American Society for Aesthetics, July 12-14, 2013 Meeting, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Reviews

2013 Review of Dewey: A Beginner's Guide. By Kathleen Cole. Foucault Studies, 16, pp. 197-200 (September 2013)

2011 Michael Eldridge. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. 21 July 2010. http://ndpr.nd.edu/review.cfm?id=20607 (Accessed 28 February 2011)

2011 Review of Dewey: A Beginner's Guide. By Pentti Määttänen, University of Helsinki & Aalto University, Finland. Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society: A Quarterly Journal in American Philosophy. 47:1, Winter 2011, pp. 109-11.

2011 Review entitled, "Discussion: David Hildebrand’s Dewey: A Beginner’s Guide." By Thomas M. Alexander. The Pluralist (University of Illinois Press) 6:2, 2011, pp. 54-56.

2011 Review entitled, "Discussion: David Hildebrand’s Dewey: A Beginner’s Guide." By Charles Hobbs. The Pluralist (University of Illinois Press) 6:2, 2011, pp. 57-61.

2010 Review of Dewey: A Beginner's Guide. By Richard W. Field. Teaching Philosophy 33:4 December 2010

2010 Review of Dewey: A Beginner's Guide. By Raymond D. Boisvert. Education and Culture (Purdue University Press), 26:2, pp. 94-98.

2010 Review of Dewey: A Beginner's Guide. By Michael Eldridge. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. 21 July 2010. http://ndpr.nd.edu/review.cfm?id=20607 (Accessed 28 February 2011)

2008 Review of Dewey: A Beginner's Guide. By Cherilyn Keall. Newsletter for the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, No. 107, November 2008.

2006 Review of Beyond Realism and Antirealism: John Dewey and the Neopragmatists. By Andrew W. Howat. Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 42.2 (2006) 296-302. 

2006 Review of Beyond Realism and Antirealism: John Dewey and the Neopragmatists. By William T. Myers. Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, Annual Book Review Issue, November 2006, 55-59.

2005 Review of Beyond Realism and Antirealism: John Dewey and the Neopragmatists. By Michael Eldridge. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 19:4, pp. 259-262.

2004 "Review of Beyond Realism and Antirealism: John Dewey and the Neopragmatists." By José Tomas Alvarado Anuario Filosofico XXXVII/1 2004, pp. 253-55.

2003 Review of Beyond Realism and Antirealism: John Dewey and the Neopragmatists. Reviewed by Roger Ward in CHOICE, American Library Association, December 2003.

2003 "Arvosteltu teos: Beyond realism and antirealism: John Dewey and the Neopragmatists." Reviewed by Sami Pihlström in Sats Nordic Journal of Philosophy (Finland) 4:2, 2003, pp. 183-191. 

Recognitions, Grants, Honors, etc.

2013 CLAS Dissemination Grant funding travel and expenses for Society for presentation at 2013 Advancement of American Philosophy conference. ($300)

2012 Grant for international travel for Finland, Denmark Dean's Fund for Excellence.

2012 CLAS Dissemination Grant funding travel and expenses for professional talks at two Danish universities at Aalborg and at Aarhus. (May 2013)

2011 CLAS Dissemination Grant funding travel and expenses to international pragmatism conference in Rome, Italy (September 2012)

2011 CLAS ACT Grant funding travel and expenses for three week visit to UCD by Dr. Roberto Frega, (University of Bologna and Institut d'Etudes Avancées - Paris) for Fall 2012.

2010 CLAS Dissemination Grant funding travel and expenses to two conferences in Rome, Italy (May 3-4, 2011 and Paris, France May 13-14.)

2010 Grant for sabbatical travel and expenses for Finland, Dean's Fund for Excellence.

2009 CLAS Dissemination Grant funding travel and expenses to two conferences: a commentary at the March, 2010 meeting of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, Charlotte, NC. and for Southwestern Philosophical Society Meeting in Memphis, TN, November 2010.

2009 CLAS Dissemination Grant funding travel and expenses to two conferences: the “Author Meets Critics” session at 2009 meeting of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, College Station, TX, and for the Nordic Pragmatism Conference in Reykjavik, Iceland, August 21-26, 2009.

YUMPS Travel Awards (Young Upwardly Mobile Professor Stipends—UCD) for:

2008 Conference matching grant, Southwest Philosophical Society, November 2008

2008 Conference matching grant, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, March 2008.

2007 Conference matching grant, Southwest Philosophical Society, November 2007.

2007 Supplemental funding, Research Assistant, (manuscript preparation, John Dewey).

2006 Research Assistant funding for manuscript preparation, John Dewey (Oneworld Press).

2006 Annual conference, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy.

2005 Annual conference, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy.

2005 Summer Institute in American Philosophy, Eugene, OR.

Service

Service - Department

2013- Chair, Philosophy Department

2012 Member, Philosophy department search committee, Program Assistant position search.

2011-12 Member, Philosophy department search committee, Bioethics/Feminism position search.

2009- Teaching Subcommittee, UCD Philosophy department.

2009 Subcommittee member, Philosophy department subcommittee evaluating Professor Mark Tanzer’s teaching and service for his application for Full Professor, University of Colorado Denver.

2009 Subcommittee Chair, Philosophy department subcommittee evaluating Professor Mark Tanzer’s research for his application for Full Professor, University of Colorado Denver.

2008 Along with Chair, creating review and revision of the department's assessment vision, strategy, and methods (including feedback mechanisms). 

2007-08 Chair, Philosophy department search committee, Social/Political position search. 

2007-08 Member, Philosophy department search committee, Ethics position search.

2006- Public Relations. Wrote and compiled text for Philosophy Department CLAS Brochure for CLAS Advising. Liaison (with Chair) to CLAS Advising office about Philosophy.

2005 Primary author, two-year postdoctoral bioethics fellowship, 2006-08. 

2006-08 Department advisor, bioethics postdoctoral fellow (2006-08).

2005-06 Member, Philosophy department search committees (two positions).

2005 Author, interest survey, Philosophy Department, University of CO Denver. Designed, distributed and analyzed a survey of all students taking Philosophy courses in Spring 2005 to assess demographics, plans, interests, and opinions about department.

2004-10 Co-organizer, videographer, Department speaker series. Responsible for arranging incoming speakers (local and national), publicity, and then archiving lectures using digital video.

2003- Department webmaster. Responsible for department website development and maintenance (with limited assistance from university IT group and CLAS webmaster).

Service - College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, UCD

2014-16 Member, CLAS Budget and Priorities Committee

2013 Member, Dissemination Grant Award Committee (Richard Allen, Chair, AD)

2013 Member, Dean’s Advisory Committee (DAC), Clinical Teaching Track Committee, CLAS Dean’s office. 

2013-4 Member, Task Force for UCD Mentor Program (AVC Brenda Allen, head).

2011-13 Member, Dean’s Advisory Committee (DAC), CLAS Dean’s office. 

2010-11 Committee member, Interdisciplinary Task Force, CLAS Deans' office.

2010 Steering committee member, Social Justice Signature Area and Minor.

2009-10 Director, Social Justice Signature Area and Minor.

2009- Participant (mentor) in UCD Mentor Program.

2008- Member, CLAS Search Committee for CLAS Webmaster, headed by Brenda J. Allen.

2007- Steering committee member, webmaster, Social Justice Signature Area.

2006- Advisory Board, speaker, CO Center for Public Humanities.

2006- Participant (mentee) in UCD Mentor Program.

2006 Initiator and primary author, College Interdisciplinary Signature Area, "Ethics and the Public Sphere," in response to CLAS Strategic Planning Proposal. (Proposal adapted into Social Justice Signature Area.)

2006-07 Member, CLAS Web Committee, headed by Teri Hoyer.

2006-10 Member, CLAS Council, headed by Pam Laird. Member of Executive Committee (2008-)

2004 Web consultant, MHMSS Website. Assisted MHMSS director Bookman plan out an overhaul to the MHMSS website.

2004- Thesis Director. Director and member of thesis committees, Masters of Humanities and Social Sciences, UCD.

Service - University

2013 Author, First Year Seminar module on Critical Thinking for use across all FYS sections. (Commissioned by John Lanning, AVC.)

2013-14 Member, University search committee for CLAS Dean.

2012-13 Member, Online Visioning Task Force

2012-13 Member, Chancellor’s Technology “Home Run” Committee (headed by Bob Damrauer, special assistant to the Provost of Research)

2012-13 Member, Technology Review Committee (led by Regina Kilkenny and Russell Poole)

2008 Initiated a ride-sharing program by coordinating UCD Student Government, Student Activities, DRCOG's program (Denver government), and CLAS.

2004- Co-organizer of campus speakers. Have been arranging for speakers who frequently give talks to the Auraria campus community, typically on diversity-related talks. Have partnered with the UCD Student Activities Office, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Student Services Center, CO Center for Public Humanities, Hispanic Student Services, and Black Student Services.

Service - Profession

Scholarly Societies, Editorial Boards, Referee Service

2014 External reviewer for Tenure, University of Oslo.

2014 Blurb/promotional copy, Routledge (book)

2014 Referee, Routledge (book)

2014 Referee, Wiley/Blackwell (book)

2014 Referee, Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society (article submissions)

2014 Referee, Mountain Plains Philosophy Association (conference submissions)

2013 External reviewer for Tenure, University of Oregon.

2013 Member, Mountain Plains Philosophy Association

2013 Editor, special edition of EJPAP on Experience and Language in Pragmatism

2013 Session Chair, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy 40th Annual Conference

2012-14 Local organizing committee, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy 41st Annual Conference

2012-14 Referee, Southwestern Philosophical Society Annual Conference

2012 Nominating committee, Southwestern Philosophical Society

2012 Organizing committee, “The First European Pragmatism Conference: The Relevance of American Philosophy.” September 19-21, 2012. Rome, Italy.

2011 Nominating committee, William James Society

2011 Session chair, Southwestern Philosophical Society, 73rd Annual Southwestern Philosophical Society.

2010-11 Local organizing committee, Mountain Plains Philosophy Conference

2010-11 Nominating committee, Executive committee, Southwestern Philosophical Society

2011- Editorial Review Board, Education and Culture: The Journal of the John Dewey Society

2011- Consulting Editorial Board, Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society

2010 Session chair, Southwestern Philosophical Society, 72nd Annual Southwestern Philosophical Society.

2010- Editorial Board, Nordic Studies in Pragmatism (Helsinki, Finland)

2009-10 President, Southwestern Philosophical Society

2009- Editorial Board, European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy

2008-09 Program Chair and Vice President, Southwestern Philosophical Society. Organized 71st Annual SWPS Conference, November 13-15, 2009, Dallas, TX.

2007- Editorial Board, Journal of Speculative Philosophy.

2004- Associate Editor, Kenneth Burke Journal. Duties mainly involve referee work.

2001- Referee (books): Broadview Press, Continuum Publishing, Indiana University Press. Longman Publishers, McGraw-Hill Publishers, Oneworld Publishers. Referee (journals): Administration and Society, Contemporary Pragmatism, Education and Culture, European Journal of Analytic Philosophy, European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy, Hume Studies, Journal of Speculative Philosophy, Kenneth Burke Journal, Metaphilosophy, Nordic Studies in Pragmatism, Review of Metaphysics, Routledge, Southern Journal of Philosophy, Southwestern Philosophical Review, The Journal of Social Philosophy, The North American Society for Social Philosophy, Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society; N.B.: I have been refereeing for some of these journals longer than others. This is a cumulative list which goes back to 2001.

2000-02 Editor, unpublished manuscript: John Dewey's Ethics: Democracy as Experience by Professor Gregory Pappas, TX A&M (Indiana University Press, 2008).

1996-97 Referee, Process Studies.

1995-96 Referee, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy conference submissions, graduate student division.

Other Professional Service

2014 Guest lecture, Jeffrey Kasser graduate philosophy course on Pragmatism, Colorado State University. April 2014.

2009- Program working committee, Summer Institute in American Philosophy, Eugene, OR. Providing logistical and program direction, as needed, to SIAP Director, Dr. Scott Pratt, Univ. of Oregon. Details on SIAP, below.

2009- Web master, Southwestern Philosophical Society. http://southwesternphilosophical.com

2005- Director of Communications, Webmaster, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy. Duties have included managing paper submissions, conference communications, website maintenance and extensive redesign, participation in Executive Committee meetings, membership database maintenance, and general correspondence.

2001-03 Ethics Writer/Editor/Consultant, Quarterly Ethics Forum, NextWave Website. NextWave is the online complement to Science magazine, published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science: http://www.nextwave.sciencemag.org.

1999- Editorial Board, Studies in Pragmatism and Values book series, Editions Rodopi.

1999- Advisory Board, The Pragmatism Cybrary (online resource for American philosophy and pragmatism, www.pragmatism.org).

Community

2013 Special Guest of Lee Quinby, Executive Director of ACIS Associated Colorado Independent School, March 15, 2013, Graland Country Day School (attendance)

Teaching: Courses Taught

Academic and Professional Ethics (graduate)

American Ethics (upper division/graduate, UCD)

American Philosophy (upper division/graduate)

Ancient Philosophy

Business Ethics

Ethics and Society/Contemporary Moral Problems (theoretical and applied ethics, UCD)

Empiricism (upper division/graduate, UCD)

Environmental Ethics (upper division)

Epistemology (upper division, UCD)

Existentialism and Pragmatism (upper division/graduate)

Humanities 101/102 (year-long survey of Western culture)

Introduction to Ethics (ethical theory)

Introduction to Philosophy: Relationship of the Individual to the World

Logic and Language (UCD)

John Dewey (upper division/graduate, UCD)

Medical Ethics (upper division)

Philosophy of Media/Technology (upper division/graduate, UCD)

Philosophy of Art/Aesthetics (upper division/graduate, UCD)

Pragmatism: Classical American Philosophy (upper division/graduate, UCD)

 

Citations

 

Citations to me as scholar but not to specific article or book:

2014 Tirres, Christopher D. The Aesthetics and Ethics of Faith: A Dialogue Between Liberationist and Pragmatic Thought. Oxford University Press, 2014.

2014 Fesmire, Steven. Dewey. Routledge, 2014.

2013 Neal, E. Academic Writing: Individual and Collaborative Strategies for Success, New Forums Press.

2013 Slater, M.R. “Pragmatism, Theism, and the Viability of Metaphysical Realism.” American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 87(3), pp. 379-95.

2013 Alexander, Thomas. The Human Eros: Eco-ontology and the Aesthetics of Existence. Fordham University Press.

2011 The Pragmatism Reader: From Peirce Through the Present. Princeton University Press. By Robert B. Talisse, Scott F. Aikin. P. 10.

Citations found but not categorized:

2012 Hart, William David. "What is Theory?." Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal 95.2 (2012): 141-148.

2012 Pearce, Jacob V. "The Potential of Perspectivism for Science Education." Educational Philosophy and Theory ahead-of-print (2012): 1-15.

2012 Madelrieux, Stéphane. "Méthode ou métaphysique? L'empirisme pragmatique de John Dewey." Critique 12 (2012): 1043-1058.

2012 Taylor, Eugene. "The ontological triad in James and Peirce." Revue internationale de philosophie 2 (2012): 177-186.

"Academics Are Intellectual Entrepreneurs"

2011 Charlotte A. Kunkel and Sheila Radford-Hill. "Engaging Advocacy: Academic Freedom and Student Learning." The Minnesota Review, vol. 76, 2011, p. 99

2006 Intellectual Entrepreneurship (web page for The Program in Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises), The Department of Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises, Syracuse University. http://whitman.syr.edu/eee/campus/ie.asp (Accessed 8/1/06)

2006 Tomorrow's Professor Blog (Joint web forum of MIT and Stanford based on Tomorrow's Professor Mailing List-serv). Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Post No. 687, January 10, 2006. http://amps-tools.mit.edu/tomprofblog/archives/tomorrows_graduate_students_and_postdocs/index.html (Accessed 8/1/06)

2006 Wisconsin Campus Compact Update, April 2006 (University of Wisconsin, Parkside) http://www.uwp.edu/departments/community.partnerships/wicampuscompact/Updates/April%202006.pdf (Accessed 8/1/06)

2006 Conceptual Framework (web document) Saint Xavier School of Education. http://www.sxu.edu/SharedDocuments/ACA-SOE/ConceptualFramework.pdf. (Accessed 8/1/06)

2005 Tutor/Mentor Connection Online Portal (web page, Cabrini Connections). http://msg.uc.iupui.edu/TMC/html/modules.php?op=modload&name= Web_Links&file=index&req=viewlink&cid=31&orderby=titleD (Accessed 8/1/06)

2005 Intellectual Entrepreneurship: Educating Citizen-Scholars A Cross-Disciplinary Consortium (web pages), University of Texas at Austin. https://webspace.uTX.edu/cherwitz/www/ie/selected_pubs.html https://webspace.uTX.edu/cherwitz/www/ie/articles.html (Accessed 8/3/06)

“Analyzing a Philosophical Text as an Example of ‘Inquiry,’” Handout made available online: http://davidhildebrand.org/teaching/handouts/inquiry.php, (last accessed 9 November 2005)

2007 Maughn Rollins, Gregory. "A Framework for Facilitating Classroom Dialogue." Teaching Philosophy 30:1, pp. 59 – 83. P. 64.

"Avoiding Wrong Turns: A Philippic Against The Linguistification of Pragmatism."

2013 Danisch, R. “The Absence of Rhetorical Theory in Richard Rorty's Linguistic Pragmatism.” Philosophy & Rhetoric, 46(2), pp. 156-81.

2008 Leslie W. Hepple. “Geography and the Pragmatic Tradition: The Threefold Engagement." Science Direct, Geoforum 39 (July 2008) 1530-1541. Pp. 1532-1533

2006 Elisabeth Chatel and Dorothée Rivaud-Danset. "L'économie des conventions : une lecture critique à partir de la philosophie pragmatiste de John Dewey." Revue de philosophie économique 13:1, 49-75.

Beyond Realism and Antirealism: John Dewey and the Neopragmatists (Vanderbilt University Press, 2003)

2014 Burg, Elco, and A. Georges L. Romme. "Creating the Future Together: Toward a Framework for Research Synthesis in Entrepreneurship." Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 38.2 (2014): 369-397.

2014 Christopher Robertson, J. D. "When Truth Cannot Be Presumed: The Regulation Of Drug Promotion Under An Expanding First Amendment." Boston University Law Review 94 (2014): 545-545.

2014 Fesmire, Steven. Dewey. Routledge, 2014.

2014 Boyles, Deron. "Brain Matters: An Argument for Neuropragmatism and Schooling." Philosophy of Education Archive (2014): 403-411.

2014 Wagenaar, Hendrik. "The Necessity of Value Pluralism in Administrative Practice A Reply to Overeem." Administration & Society (2014), 1024-25

2013 Godfrey-Smith, Peter. “Dewey and the Question of Realism.” Noûs. DOI: 10.1111/nous.12059

2013 Hendrik Wagenaar and Cathy Wilkinson. “Enacting Resilience: A Performative Account of Governing for Urban Resilience.” Urban Studies.

2013 Travis A. Whetsell. “Theory-Pluralism in Public Administration: Epistemology, Legitimacy, and Method.” The American Review of Public Administration. September 2013 43(5) 602-618.

2013 Pierluigi Barrotta. “Economia e valori ambientali. Un approccio pragmatista.” In Natura senza dogmi: Per un approccio razionale al dibattito sull'ambiente. Ed. Stefano Gattei. Armando Editore.

2013 Talisse, R.B. “Recovering American Philosophy.” Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society: A Quarterly Journal in American Philosophy, 49(3), pp. 424-33.

2013 Pearce, Jacob V. “The Potential of Perspectivism for Science Education.” Educational Philosophy and Theory, 45(5).

2013 Pihlström, S. Pragmatic Pluralism and the Problem of God. Fordham University Press.

2013 Pamental, M. “Pragmatism, metaphysics, and bioethics: Beyond a theory of moral deliberation.” Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 38(6), pp. 725-42.

2013 Taatila, V. and Raij, K. “Philosophical Review of Pragmatism as a Basis for Learning by Developing Pedagogy.” Educational Philosophy and Theory, 44(8), pp. 831-44.

2012 Boyles, Deron. "DEWEY, ECOLOGY, AND EDUCATION: HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY DEBATES OVER DEWEY'S NATURALISM AND (TRANSACTIONAL) REALISM." Educational Theory 62.2. 2012, p. 151.

2012 Webb, James L. “Pragmatism(s) Plural, Part II: From Classical Pragmatism to Neo-Pragmatism.” JOURNAL oF ECONOMIC ISSUES 45:1 (March 2012), pp. 45, 50,68, 71, 72.

2011 Dieter Rucht. "Civil society and civility in twentieth-century theorising." European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire, 18:03, 2011. p. 401

2010 Määttänen, Pentti. "Action, Criticism & Theory for Music Education." The refereed journal of the Mayday Group: Action for Change in Music Education, 9:1 (2010), edited by Wayne Bowman. Issue: "Shusterman on Somatic Experience." 

2010 O'Dwyer, Shaun. “Pragmatism and Anti-realism about the Past." Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society: A Quarterly Journal in American Philosophy. 46: 3, Summer 2010, 401-422. Pp. 401-402, 404, 406, 409

2009 Michael Eldridge. “Adjectival and generic pragmatism: Problems and Possibilities." Human Affairs. 2009, 10-18, Pp. 12

2009 Scott F. Aikin. “Pragmatism, Experience, and the Given." Human Affairs. 19, 2009, 19-27, Pp. 25

2009 Anderson, Douglas. “Old Pragmatism, New Histories." Journal of the History of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University Press. 47:4, October 2009, pp. 489-521, Pp. 512

2008 Misak, Cheryl J. The Oxford handbook of American philosophy. Oxford U. Press, Oct. 2008. Pp. 90, 256. 

2008 McClelland, Kenneth. "John Dewey and Richard Rorty: Qualitative Starting Points." Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society: A Quarterly Journal in American Philosophy, 44:3. Pp. 413, 423, 441, 443. 

2008 Leslie W. Hepple. “Geography and the Pragmatic Tradition: The Threefold Engagement." Science Direct, Geoforum 39 (2008) 1530-1541. Pp. 1532

2008 "Pragmatism" entry, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Christopher Hookway, author). http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/pragmatism/ (First published 8/16/08; accessed 10/19/08)

2008 Pihlström, Sami. "How (Not) to Write the History of Pragmatist Philosophy of Science?" Perspectives on Science, 16:1, 26-69. P. 34.

2008 Christ, John X. "Stuart Davis and the Politics of Experience." American Art (Smithsonian Institution), 2008, 22:2, 42-63. P. 62.

2008 John Lachs, Robert B. Talisse. American Philosophy: An Encyclopedia. Psychology Press, 2008. Pp. 540, 561

2008 Shane J. Ralston. “In defense of democracy as a Way of Life: A Reply to Talisse’s Pluralist Objection." Transaction of the Charles S. Peirce society; A Quarterly Journal in American Philosophy, 44:4, Indiana University Press, Fall 2008, 629-259, Pp. 642, 649, 652

2008 Mellesa, Gavin. An Enlarged Pragmatist Inquiry Paradigm For Methodological Pluralism In Academic Design Research. Artifact 2:1.

2008 "John Dewey: Additional Reading." Britannica Online Encyclopedia. http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-1803/John-Dewey (Accessed 6/9/08)

2007 Pihlström Sami . “The Realism Issue from a Deweyan Perspective." AmericanaeJournal.hu. 3:2, Fall 2007. Pp. 8-13

2007 Koopman, Colin. "Language is a Form of Experience: Reconciling Classical Pragmatism and Neopragmatism." Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, Fall 2007, 43:4, 694-727. Pp. 701, 722, 725.

2007 Shivers, Mark M. "William James and Elastic Preaching: Testimony After Exiting the Houses of Authority." Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 2007, 21:3, 181-200. Pp. 198, 199.

2007 Furtak, Anthony. "Skepticism and Perceptual Faith: Henry David Thoreau and Stanley Cavell on Seeing and Believing." Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, Summer 2007, 43:3, 542-561. p. 558.

2007 Talisse, Robert B. A Pragmatist Philosophy of Democracy. New York: Routledge. Pp. 139-40.

2007 Wikipedia entry, Pragmatism. (Accessed 5/3/07)

2007 Maharg, Paul. Transforming legal education: learning and teaching the law in the early twenty-first century. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2007. P. 9.

2006 Shields, Patricia M. "Democracy and the Social Feminist Ethics of Jane Addams: A Vision For Public Administration." Administrative Theory & Praxis, September 2006, 28:3, 418-443. Pp. 429, 441.

2006 Boyles, Deron R. "Dewey's Epistemology: An Argument for Warranted Assertions, Knowing, and Meaningful Classroom Practice." Educational Theory, February 2006, 56:1, 57-68. Pp. 59, 61, 66.

2006 Brown, Matthew. "On What Quine Is – A Book Review of The Cambridge Companion to Quine" edited by Roger F. Gibson Jr. Mind, Culture & Activity, 2006, 13:4, 339-343. Pp. 339, 343.

2006 Krämer, Felicitas. Erfahrungsvielfalt und Wirklichkeit: zu William James' Realitätsverständnis. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. Pp. 40, 269, 280, 283, 313.

2006 Lekan, Todd. "Pragmatist metaethics: Moral theory as a deliberative practice." Southern Journal of Philosophy 44:2, 2006: 253-271. P. 271.

2006 Koskinen, Heikki J. And Pihlström, Sami. "Quine And Pragmatism." Transactions Of The Charles S Peirce Society 42:3, 309-346. P. 341

2006 Johnston, James Scott, Inquiry And Education: John Dewey And the Quest for Democracy. State University of New York Press, 2006. Pp. 199, 200, 204, 207, 213, 214.

2006 Shook, John R and Margolis, Joseph, A Companion to Pragmatism. Blackwell Publishing. P. 8.

2006 Boyles, Deron R. "Dewey's Epistemology: An Argument for Warranted Assertions, Knowing, and Meaningful Classroom Practice." Educational Theory 56:1, February 2006, 57-68. Pp. 59, 61, 66.

2006 Blog essay, RobertPirsig.org. http://robertpirsig.org/Buchanan.htm. (Accessed 5/3/07)

2005 Pappas, Gregario Fernando and Garrison, Jim. "Pragmatism as a Philosophy of Education in the Hispanic World: A Response." Studies in Philosophy and Education, Springer Netherlands 24:6, November 2005, 515 – 529. P. 529.

2005 Shields, Patricia M. "Classical Pragmatism Does Not Need an Upgrade: Lessons for Public Administration." Administration & Society 37, September 2005, 504-518. Pp. 505, 506, 508, 509, 514, 515, 516.

2005 Webb, James L. "Comment on Hugh T. Miller’s 'Why Old Pragmatism Needs an Upgrade.'" Administration & Society 36, September 2004, 479-495. Pp. 480, 485, 493.

2005 Brown, Matthew. "Rorty and Dewey on the Fate of Epistemology." Paper presentation to Philosophical Society, Georgia Technology University and Georgia Technology PST Faculty Colloquium, August 30, 2005.

2005 Blog entry, Right Reason: The Blog for Conservative Philosophers. http://rightreason.ektopos.com/archives/2005/12/the_joy_of_cons_2.html (Accessed 5/3/07)

2005 Blog entry, Mormon Metaphysics: Contemplations within Philosophy and Theology. http://www.libertypages.com/clark/10635.html (Accessed 5/3/07)

2004 Michael Mayerfeld Bell, Susan Jarnagin, Helen D. Gunderson, Gregory Peter, Donna Bauer. Farming for Us All: Practical Agriculture and the Cultivation of Sustainability. University Park: Pennsylvania State Press, 2004. P. 230

2004 Dotter, Daniel L. Creating Deviance: An Interactionist Approach. Rowman Altamira. Pp. 75, 76, 311, 335

2004 Kellogg, F.R. "Holistic pragmatism and law: Morton White on Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes." Transactions of The Charles S. Peirce Society 40:4, 559-567. P. 567.

2004 Myers, WT and Pappas, GF. "Dewey's metaphysics: A response to Richard Gale." Transactions of The Charles S. Peirce Society 40:4, 679-700. Pp. 691, 692, 698.

2004 Shields, Patricia M. "Classical Pragmatism: Engaging Practitioner Experience." Administration & Society 36, 351-361. Pp. 358, 359.

2004 Webb, James L. "Reply to Baldwin Ranson: New Continua Are Not a Substitute for Deweyan Inquiry." Journal of Economic Issues 38:4, 1056-60. P. 1060.

2004 Kivinen, Osmo & Piiroinen, Tero. "The Relevance Of Ontological Commitments in Social Sciences: Realist and Pragmatist Viewpoints." Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 34:3, 231-248. P. 235.

2003 Shields, Patricia M. "The Community of Inquiry: Classical Pragmatism and Public Administration." Administration & Society 35, November 2003, 510-538. P. 534.

2002 Webb, James L. "Dewey: Back to the Future." Journal of Economic Issues 36, 2002, pp. 981-1003. Pp. 981, 986, 989, 998, (Citation of Hildebrand dissertation work on Dewey, neopragmatism and realism.) 

Dewey: A Beginner's Guide (Oneworld Press, 2008)

2014 Steen, Marc. "Upon opening the black box and finding it full exploring the ethics in design practices." Science, Technology & Human Values (2014)

2014 Fesmire, Steven. Dewey. Routledge, 2014.

2013 Leddy, Tom. “Dewey’s Aesthetics.” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. URL: http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/dewey-aesthetics/ (Accessed February 15, 2014.) 

2013 Eldridge, M., 2013, Dewey, John, The International Encyclopedia of Ethics.

2013 Pihlström, S. Pragmatic Pluralism and the Problem of God. Fordham University Press.

2013 Shields, P.M. & Soeters, J. “Pragmatism, Peacekeeping, and the Constabulary Force.” Philosophical Pragmatism and International Relations: Essays for a Bold New World, p. 87.

2013 Butler, B.E., Brown, M.J., Deen, P., Goldman, L., Kaag, J., Ryder, J., Shields, P., Soeters, J., Weber, E. & Ralston, S.J. Philosophical Pragmatism and International Relations: Essays for a Bold New World, Lexington Books,.

2013 Steen, M, 2013. “Co-design as a process of joint inquiry and imagination.” Design Issues, 29(2), pp. 16-28.

2012 Steen, Marc. "Co-design as a process of joint inquiry and imagination." Design Issues 29. 2012, pp. 16, 17.

2012 Kevin Hall. Grounding Assessment in Authentic Pedagogy: A Case Study of General Education Assessment. PhD Thesis. University of St. Thomas, Minnesota. 2012, pp. 104, 105

2012 Kramp, Daniel. Mit John Dewey im Kino. PhD thesis, Universität zu Köln. 2012, p. 244

2012 Joseph L. Esposito. Pragmatism, Politics, and Perversity: Democracy and the American Party Battle. Lexington Books 2012, p. 262 n.13

2011 Hickman, Larrry A., Matthew Caleb Flamm, Krzysztof Piotr Skowronski and Jennifer A. Rea (Eds.) The Continuing Relevance of John Dewey. Reflections on Aesthetics, Morality, Science, and Society.  Rodopi. p. 206

2011 "It Takes a Garden Project: Dewey and Pudup on the Politics of School Gardening." Ethics & the Environment, 16:2, 2011, p. 6.

2011 Mascaccio. “Politics and Publics." Website: http://firedoglake.com/2011/03/06/politics-and-publics. March 6, 2011 (Accessed 7 March, 2011)

2011 Mascaccio. "Saturday Art: George Washington, Gilbert Stuart, Rembrandt Peale, Roy Lichtenstein and David Barsalou. Oh, And John Dewey." Website: http://my.firedoglake.com/masaccio/2011/02/19/saturday-art-george-washington-gilbert-stuart-rembrandt-peale-roy-lichtenstein-and-david-barsalou-oh-and-john-dewey. 19 February 2011. (Accessed 9 March 2011).

2011 Mascaccio. “Guns, Derivatives And Character." Website: http://firedoglake.com/2011/02/06/guns-derivatives-and-character. February 6, 2011 (Accessed 7 March, 2011)

2011 Mascaccio. “You aren’t a Pragmatist, Mr. President." Website: http://firedoglake.com/2011/01/23/you-aren%E2%80%99t-a-pragmatist-mr-president, Sunday January 23, 2011 (accessed February 1, 2011) Para. 2, 6-7

2010 Serra, Juan Pablo. "What Is and What Should Pragmatic Ethics Be? Some Remarks on Recent Scholarship " European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy, 2:2. Pp. 104, 105.

2009 Juan G. Moran. “John Dewey, Individualismo y Democracia.” Foro Interno, 9, 2009, 11-42. Pp. 16

"Does Every Theory Deserve A Hearing? Evolution, Creationism, and the Limits of Democratic Inquiry." 

2014 Lake, Danielle. Dissertation. Working With: Expanding and Integrating the Pragmatic Method for a Wicked World (2014)

"Genuine Doubt and the Community in Peirce’s Theory of Inquiry." 

2012 Oliverio, Stefano. "All that is Inquiring is Communal and All that is Communal is Inquiring With Peirce Beyond Peirce: Lipman’s Community of Inquiry." Thinking Education through Philosophy. 2012, p. 61.

2012 Portions of article adapted (with permission) for Curriculum Council of Western Australia’s Philosophy and Ethics curriculum course. URL http://www.curriculum.wa.edu.au

2010 Smith, Andrew. "On the Epistemic Incentives to Deliberate Publicly." Journal Of Social Philosophy, 41:4, pp. 454–469. P. 461.

2007 Stübinger, Stephan. Das idealisierte Strafrecht: Über Freiheit und Wahrheit in der Straftheorie. Klostermann Vittorio GmbH. P. 627

1999 Friedman, L. "Doubt & Inquiry: Peirce and Descartes Revisited." Transactions of The Charles S. Peirce Society 35:4, 724-746. P. 744.

Language or Experience: Charting Pragmatism’s Course for the 21st Century.

2014 Fesmire, Steven. Dewey. Routledge, 2014.

"Philosophy's Relevance and the Pattern of Inquiry"

2011 Seider, Scott and Taylor, Jason. "Broadening College Student Interest in Philosophical Education through Community Service Learning." Teaching philosophy, 34:3, 2011.

2001 Collins, Louise. "Improvising a Role for Philosophy in Today's Academy." Teaching Philosophy 24:4, 347-378. P. 369.

"Pragmatic Democracy: Inquiry, Objectivity, and Experience." 

2013 Fischer, M., 2013. “Reading Dewey’s Political Philosophy through Addams’s Political Compromises.” American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 87(2), pp. 227-43.

2012 Talisse, Robert. "Reply to Rondel." Available at SSRN. URL: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2028390 (Accessed 3/12/13). 2012, p. 2

"Pragmatic Objectivity in History, Journalism and Philosophy."

2014 Tamm, Marek. "Truth, Objectivity and Evidence in History Writing." Journal of the Philosophy of History 8.2 (2014): 265-290.

“Pragmatism and Literary Criticism: The practical starting point.”

2010 Embodying Pragmatism: Richard Shusterman's Philosophy and Literary Theory. By Richard Shusterman, Wojciech Małecki. (Peter Lang), p. 104, 

2009 Kuruvilla, Shyama & Dorstewitz, Philipp. “There is No 'Point' in Decision-Making: A Model of Transactive Rationality for Public Policy and Administration.” Policy Sciences. 43:3, 263-287, P. 267

"Pragmatism, neopragmatism, and public administration." 

2011 Travis A. Whetsell and Patricia M. Shields. “Reconciling the Varieties of Pragmatism in Public Administration.” Administration & Society. 43:474; pages 476, 481,482

2010 D'Agostino, Maria J and Levine, Helisse. Women in Public Administration: Theory and Practice. Jones & Bartlett Learning. P. 24.

2010 David Oliver Kasdan, The Neopragmatist’s Hammer: Forging Administrative Authority, Ph.D. Dissertation, Urban Studies and Public Affairs, The Cleveland State University May, 2010, 11, 14, 51, 79.

2009 Kuruvilla, Shyama & Dorstewitz, Philipp. “There is No 'Point' in Decision-Making: A Model of Transactive Rationality for Public Policy and Administration.” Policy Sciences. 43:3, 263-287, P. 281.

2008 Coaffee, Jon & Headlam, Nicola. “Pragmatic Localism uncovered: The Search for locally Contingent Solutions to National Reform Agendas." Science Direct, Geoforum. 39(2008) 1585-1599, Pp 1585-1586, 1588

Progress in History: Dewey on Knowledge of the Past

2010 Shaun O'Dwyer. “Pragmatism and Anti-realism about the Past." Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society: A Quarterly Journal in American Philosophy. 46: 3, Summer 2010, pp. 401-422. Pp. 401-402, 404, 406, 409

2010 David Oliver Kasdan. The Neopragmatist’s Hammer: Forging Administrative Authority, Ph.D. Dissertation, Urban Studies and Public Affairs, The Cleveland State University May, 2010, 51, 79, 116, 121, 122

"Public administration as pragmatic, democratic, and objective"

2014 Glenna, Leland, Sally Shortall, and Barbara Brandl. "Neoliberalism, the University, Public Goods and Agricultural Innovation." Sociologia Ruralis (2015).

2013 Neal, E. Academic Writing: Individual and Collaborative Strategies for Success, New Forums Press.

2012 Jreisat, Jamil E. "Rethinking Administrative Capacity Development: The Arab States." Public Organization Review 12.2. 2012, p. 146

2012 Roberts, Brenda. "WE BUILD COMMUNITIES THROUGH KNOWLEDGE: DEMONSTRATING THE VALUE OF THE PROFESSIONAL PUBLIC LIBRARIAN." In Defending Professionalism: A Resource for Librarians, Information Specialists, Knowledge Managers, and Archivists, ed. Bill Crowley. 2012, p. 50.

2010 D'Agostino, Maria J and Levine, Helisse. Women in Public Administration: Theory and Practice. Jones & Bartlett Learning. P. 21.

2010 David Oliver Kasdan, The Neopragmatist’s Hammer: Forging Administrative Authority, Ph.D. Dissertation, Urban Studies and Public Affairs, The Cleveland State University May, 2010, 51, 79, 116, 121, 122

"Putnam, Pragmatism, and Dewey"

2007 Stübinger, Stephan. Das idealisierte Strafrecht: Über Freiheit und Wahrheit in der Straftheorie. Klostermann Vittorio GmbH. p. 627

2006 Gasper, Des. "From ‘Hume’s Law’ To Problem- And Policy-Analysis For Human Development: Sen After Dewey, Myrdal, Streeten, Stretton And Haq." Conference Paper (published online) for HDCA conference, University of Groningen, August 2006.

"Review of A Pragmatist Philosophy of Democracy by Robert B. Talisse"

2012 Rondel, David. "Deweyan Democracy Defended." Southwest Philosophy Review 28.1. 2012, p. 197.

2012 Talisse, Robert. "Reply to Rondel." Available at SSRN. URL: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2028390 (Accessed 3/12/13). 2012, p. 2

2010 Serra, Juan Pablo. "What Is and What Should Pragmatic Ethics Be? Some Remarks on Recent Scholarship " European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy, 2:2. P. 106.

Review of Pragmatism as Transition: Historicity and Hope in James, Dewey, and Rorty by C. Koopman

2014 Pappas, Gregory Fernando. "The Narrative and Identity of Pragmatism in America: The History of a Dysfunctional Family?." The Pluralist 9.2 (2014): 65-83.

2013 “Taking Experiential Givenism Seriously” by Shane J. Ralston. SAGE Open

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2011 Ralston, Shane, J. "The Linguistic-Pragmatic Turn In The History Of Philosophy." Human Affairs 21, p. 292.

"The Neopragmatist Turn"

2014 Fesmire, Steven. Dewey. Routledge, 2014.

​2013 Travis A. Whetsell. “Theory-Pluralism in Public Administration: Epistemology, Legitimacy, and Method.” The American Review of Public Administration. September 2013 43(5) 602-618.

2013 do Nascimento, E.M.M.“Filosofia da Conversação ou uma nova metafísica?” Cognitio-Estudos: revista eletrônica de filosofia. ISSN 1809-8428, 10(2), pp. 199-218. (Cites Portuguese translation, “2. O Giro Neopragmatista.”)

2010 Embodying Pragmatism: Richard Shusterman's Philosophy and Literary Theory. By Richard Shusterman, Wojciech Małecki. (Peter Lang), p. 25 

2010 David Oliver Kasdan, The Neopragmatist’s Hammer: Forging Administrative Authority, Ph.D. Dissertation, Urban Studies and Public Affairs, The Cleveland State University May, 2010, 132.

​2007 Wikipedia entry, Pragmatism. (Accessed 5/3/07)

2007 Stübinger, Stephan. Das idealisierte Strafrecht: Über Freiheit und Wahrheit in der Straftheorie. Klostermann Vittorio GmbH. P. 627

2006 Blog essay, RobertPirsig.org. http://robertpirsig.org/Buchanan.htm. (Accessed 5/3/07)

2008 “Social Constructionism with a Twist of Pragmatism: A Suitable Cocktail for Information Systems Research.” Peter Marshall, Jo-Anne Kelder, Andrew Perry (University of Tasmania School of Information Systems, University of Tasmania Hobart, Tasmania) 16th Australasian Conference on Information Systems: Social Constructionism & Pragmatismin IS, November 29 – December 2, 2005, Sydney, Australia. Reference on one page, not numbered. www.utas.edu.au/.../Social_Constructionism_and_Pragmatism.pdf (Accessed 5 December 2009)

"Was Kenneth Burke A Pragmatist?"

2014 Bowie, Anneli, and Duncan Reyburn. “Expanding the Terministic Screen: A Burkean Critique of Information Visualization in the Context of Design Education.” Kenneth Burke Journal 10 (2014): 9-1.

2011 Emirbayer, Mustafa and Maynard, Douglas. “Pragmatism and Ethnomethodology.” Qualitative Sociology. March, 2011. P. 232.

2003 Magee, Michael. "Ralph Ellison: Pragmatism, Jazz and the American Vernacular." Transactions of Charles S. Peirce Society, 39:2, pp. 227-258. P. 227

 

 

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