Dewey-Center Switzerland Dewey-Center Switzerland The Dewey-Center Switzerland at the University of St. Gall opened in 2014 in cooperation with the Center for Dewey Studies at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Illinois, USA, and is connected to the University of St. Gall’s chair in philosophy. Contact For any requests or concerns please do not hesitate to contact the director of the Dewey-Center Switzerland Michael Festl. Services for Visitors Through the university library the Center offers access to the complete works of John Dewey as well as to valuable secondary literature. Moreover, the library permanently reserves a workspace for scholars visiting the Center. The workspace is equipped with a computer that provides access to the electronic edition of The Collected Works of John Dewey, The Correspondence of John Dewey, and Works About Dewey. The material as well as the workspace are freely accessible to visitors during library hours. The Center offers consultation for scientific work on Pragmatism in general and on John Dewey in particular. Furthermore, we are happy to provide contacts to other scholars working on Pragmatism. Scholarship The Center conducts workshops dedicated to developing John Dewey’s philosophy for the challenges of the 21st century – to the ‘Future of Philosophy’ as Dewey would have it. The issue 5/2016 of Deutsche Zeitschrift fuer Philosophie hosts a special feature on “Pragmatism as a Theory of Global Justice” (“Der Pragmatismus als Theorie globaler Gerechtigkeit”). Michael G. Festl (St. Gall) and Jan-Christoph Heilinger (Munich) are responsible for the special feature. It includes essays by Molly Cochran (Oxford), Daniel Bray (Melbourne), Michael G. Festl (St. Gall) and Jan-Christoph Heilinger (Munich). These contributions go back to the Dewey-Center’s inaugural workshop from April/May 2015 (please see below). On November 25th and 26th 2016 the Dewey-Center conducts a workshop titled “The Future of Pragmatism”. Dr. Michael G. Festl (St. Gall) and Michael Räber (Zurich) organize the workshop. The Dewey-Center is much honored to host, among other speakers, Professor Matthew Festenstein (York). The program and other relevant information can be found here. The inaugural workshop "Justice and Cosmopolitanism: A Conversation Between Pragmatists and Rawlsians" took place on April 30th and May 1st, 2015. More information about the workshop can be found here.