Show Less
Restricted access

My Teaching, My Philosophy

Kenneth Wain and the Lifelong Engagement with Education


Edited By John Baldacchino, Simone Galea and Duncan P. Mercieca

My Teaching, My Philosophy brings together twenty of the most prominent thinkers on education, philosophy, art, and literature to converse with Kenneth Wain and the many facets of his work. It shows how Wain’s passionate engagement with various issues, most prominently philosophy and education, continues to re-generate new ideas and thoughts through his philosophical method. This book gives Wain’s philosophy the attention it deserves and succeeds in continuing an open-ended philosophical conversation with its readers. My Teaching, My Philosophy is a must-read for anyone wanting to get a snapshot on the most recent thinking on philosophy of education.
Show Summary Details
Restricted access

List of contributors

← 316 | 317 → Contributors


David N. Aspin is Professor Emeritus of Education and former Dean at Monash University, Melbourne. He lectured at the University of Nottingham and the University of Manchester, before assuming the Chair of Philosophy of Education at King’s College, University of London. He was Visiting Professor at the Universities of Newcastle, Auckland, Western Australia, Witwatersrand, Pretoria, Stellenbosch, Rand Afrikaans University, Johannesburg, and the University of South Africa.

John Baldacchino is Professor and Chair of Arts Education at the University of Dundee in Scotland. He specialises in art, philosophy, and education and is the author of nine books, which include Education Beyond Education (2009), Makings of the Sea (2010), Art’s Way Out (2012), Democracy without Confession (with Kenneth Wain, 2013) and John Dewey (2013).

Ivan Callus is Associate Professor and Head of the Department of English at the University of Malta. His teaching and research are in the areas of literary theory, posthumanism, and contemporary narrative.

Sandra M. Dingli is Associate Professor at The Edward de Bono Institute at the University of Malta, which she created in 1992 in collaboration with Dr. Edward de Bono. Her research interests are in the areas of philosophy of mind, philosophical quietism, innovation management, foresight, new digital technology, e-learning, artificial intelligence, and innovation management.

Joe Friggieri is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Malta and one of its pro-rectors. He holds doctorates from Milan and Oxford and has published two books on J. L. Austin: Linguaggio e...

You are not authenticated to view the full text of this chapter or article.

This site requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books or journals.

Do you have any questions? Contact us.

Or login to access all content.