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Volume Two Contents 1977-1978
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Editorial Announcement
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Robert C. Solomon Teaching Hegel
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Despite the upsurge of popularity, Hegel still suffers from strangulation in the current philosophical climate. This is all the more surprising as so many American philosophers of importance (and not just Royce and Dewey, but Quine and Goodman and Davidson, as well) display clearly compatible themes in their work. The problem is that most Hegel scholars, and consequently most professional readers of Hegel, and again their students, continue to insist on approaching the great philosopher with awe instead of confidence. Although respect is necessary for a fair reading, a good deal of personal chutzbah (not Hegel's word) is necessary to appropriate Hegel. I find teaching Hegel one of my most rewarding courses just because, of all the philosophers of the modern period, he most inspires his students to stretch their imaginations and rethink virtually everything. How ironie, therefore, that his effect has so often rather been to stultify imagination in deference to textual exegesis. Hegel has not yet been wholly rediscovered.
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Gary Bedell Teaching the Material Conditional
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David T. Ozar Teaching Philosophy and Teaching Values
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Alison M. Jaggar Male Instructors, Feminism, and Women’s Studies
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Gerhard Schmitt Philosophy in German Secondary Schools
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Alan Montefiore The Neutrality of Philosophy and of its Teaching
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Frans Van Der Bogert Teaching Philosophy in the Appalachians: Some Reflections
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Jack Friedlander, Katherine Shamey The Status of Philosophy in the Two-Year College
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Stephen T. Franklin Philosophy in Career Education
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Natalie Abrams Teaching Medical Ethics
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How one goes about teaching medical ethics greatly depends upon one's interpretation of the discipline itself. Before discussing pedagogical isslIes, the primary focus ofthe paper, I will address the question of what "philosophical" medical ethics is and is not. I will then suggest some alternative approac:hes forincluding such material in a variety of different contexts, including courses geared toward philosophy students, those focusing on undergraduate students preparing for careers in one of the health care professions, and those actually within professional schools, primarily medical schools, with which I am mostfamiliar. I will end with remarks on the implications of medical etllics for medicine and for philosophy.
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J. Howard Sobel The Resurrection of the Dead: An Exercise in Critical Analysis
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S. K. Lindemann Philosophy and Mathematics: An Interdisciplinary Experiment
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Laurence BonJour The Philosophy of Law
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Alan Hausman Reasoning
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Jack Nelson Thinking Straight
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Nancy Cummings Beyond Feelings: A Guide To Critical Thinking
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Gary Bedell A Contemporary Introduction to Logic with Applications
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