Teaching Philosophy Today

2012, ISBN 978-1-889680-91-0
Editors: Terrell Ward Bynum, Arnold Wilson

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1. Teaching Philosophy Today: Year > 2012
Editors’ Introduction to the Second Edition
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Editors’ Introduction to the First Edition
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i. criticism of the late sixties: "philosophy is irrelevant"
3. Teaching Philosophy Today: Year > 2012
Abraham Kaplan The Travesty of the Philosophers
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Ed Helbig Professional Philosophy and the Layman
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ii. making philosophy “relevant” again
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Leslie Stevenson Applied Philosophy
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Huston Smith Two Kinds of Teaching
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Marcia Cavell Philosophy as Psychoanalysis
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David Nyberg The Inevitability of Holding Philosophical Beliefs, or Le Bourgeois Undergraduate Gentilhomme
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iii. new classroom activities
9. Teaching Philosophy Today: Year > 2012
Mark Levensky Teaching and Learning Philosophy in a Classroom
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Karl F. Hein Is There an Innovative Pedagogy for the Teaching of Philosophy?
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