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Kant and Education: Interpretations and Commentary (Routledge Studies in Contemporary Philosophy, Vol. 29)

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Klas Roth is Professor in the Department of Education at Stockholm University, Sweden. His articles, covering topics in philosophy of education, cosmopolitanism and education, and Kant’s practical philosophy, have appeared in a variety of journals including Educational Theory, Educational Philosophy and Theory, Studies in Philosophy and Education, Journal of Philosophy of Education, and Philosophy & Social Criticism.

Chris W. Surprenant is a Visiting Assistant Professor in Philosophy at Tulane University. His articles, covering topics in moral philosophy, political philosophy, and educational philosophy, have appeared in a variety of journals including Kantian Review, History of Philosophy Quarterly, and The Journal of Social Philosophy.

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Chris W. Surprenant is an assistant professor of philosophy at the University of New Orleans, where he directs the Alexis de Tocqueville Project in Law, Liberty, and Morality.

His work focuses on the intersection of morality, religion, and politics, all of the things well-mannered people are not supposed to talk about at the dinner table. Specifically, he examines the nature of virtue; what an individual must do to become virtuous; and the role of family, community, and state in moral education.

In 2012, he was recognized by Princeton Review as one of the "Best 300 Professors" in the United States, and, in 2014, by Questia (a division of Cengage Learning) as one of their "Most Valuable Professors," awarded to three professors in the United States who "have made lasting impressions on the education and lives of their students."

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