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Teaching Philosophy

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Teaching Philosophy
Author's Name Affiliation Paper Title
Giuseppe Boncori Pontificia Universita Urbaniana Teaching Philosophy as Education and Evaluation of Thinking
Anne-Marie Bowery   The Use of Reading Questions As a Pedagogical Tool: Fostering an Interrogative, Narrative Approach to Philosophy
Elliot D. Cohen   Teaching an Applied Critical Thinking Course: How Applied Can We Get?
Quentin Colgan Ohio Dominican College Teaching the Confessions, Books 1-8: Theme and Pattern
Ernesto Gustavo Edwards, Alicia M. Nica Pintus   Filosofía, Educación y Rock Spanish
David W. Felder Florida A & M The World Consensus Game
Maura J. Geisser Brown University Can Deaf Children Be Taught to Think Philosophically?
Garth Kemerling   Teaching Philosophy on the Internet
Rudi Kotnik   Exploring Subjectivity in Teaching Philosophy
Jonathan Lavery & Jeff Mitscherling University of Guelph, Ontario Teaching Argument Evaluation in An Introductory Philosophy Course
Arthur O. Ledoux Merrimack College Teaching Meditation to Classes in Philosophy
Ronnie Littlejohn and Mike Awalt Belmont University Decentered Classrooms: The WWW and Problem Based Learning in Introductory Philosophy
Helena Lorenzová   Bernard Bolzano-Pedagogue
J. Aultman Moore Waynesburg College Shame and Learning in Plato's Apology
Bert Olivier University of Port Elizabeth, South Africa Philosophy, Interdisciplinary Teaching and Student Experience
James F. Perry Hillsborough Community College The Dream Hypothesis, Transitions, and the Very Idea of Humanity
Heather L. Reid Morningside College The Educational Value of Plato's Early Socratic Dialogues
W. T. Schmid UNC-Wilmington Socratic Paideia: How It Works and Why It So Often Fails
Jules Simon University of Texas at El Paso Levinas on the Border(s)
Edward Slowik University of Alaska Fairbanks Music, Science, and Analogies: Teaching the Philosophy of Science with Non-Scientific Examples
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