Teaching Philosophy

Teaching Philosophy
2009, ISBN 978-1-8470-6244-4
Editor: Andrea Kenkmann

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1. Teaching Philosophy: Year > 2009
Contributors
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2. Teaching Philosophy: Year > 2009
Acknowledgements
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3. Teaching Philosophy: Year > 2009
Andrea Kenkmann Introduction
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Gillian Howie Teaching Philosophy in Context: Or Knowledge Does Not Keep Any Better Than Fish
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Michael McGhee Wisdom and Virtue: Or What Do Philosophers Teach?
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Phil Hutchinson, Michael Loughlin Why Teach Philosophy?
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Mark Moreau, Aleksandar Božić, Sam Penman Student Interlude I
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Richard Shusterman Teaching Philosophy: A Somaesthetic Approach
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William Edelglass Philosophy and Place-Based Pedagogies
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Drew Leder Escaping the Cave: Experiential Learning in the Classroom, Community and Correctional Institutions
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