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Most renowned for his work in philosophy and social psychology, George Herbert Mead (1863-1931) was one of the founders of American pragmatism. His collaboration with John Dewey at the University of Chicago and his wider involvement in social reform in Chicago stimulated his interest in educational theory and practice. Gert J.J. Biesta is Professor of Professor of Educational Theory and Policy at the University of Luxembourg, and Editor of Studies in Philosophy and Education. He is the author of Beyond Learning and co-editor of The Philosophy of Education. Daniel Troehler is Professor at the Zurich University of Teacher Education and Director of the Pestalozzianum Research Institute for the History of Education.