Dennis J. Schmidt

Dennis Joseph Schmidt is an American philosopher living in Sydney, Australia where he is Research Professor and Chair at Western Sydney University. Prior to moving to Sydney in 2015, he taught at Binghamton University (1982-1994), Villanova University (1994-2003), and Penn State University (2003-2015). He is known for his research on ancient Greek philosophy and literature, post-Kantian philosophy, hermeneutics and philosophy of art. He received his PhD in philosophy from the Boston College in 1982.

Dennis Schmidt lives with his wife, Jennifer Mensch (who also teaches at Western Sydney University and is the author or 'Kant's Organisim') and his daughter Zoe Schmidt.

Schmidt is the editor of "SUNY Press Series in Contemporary Continental Philosophy" which has published a number of important works in the contemporary Continental tradition. In addition to his own publications Schmidt has substantially revised and edited Joan Stambaugh's 1995 translation of Martin Heidegger's ''Being and Time'' (1927). Provided by Wikipedia
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