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41. Teaching Philosophy: Volume > 38 > Issue: 4
Jason Decker, Philosophy of Language: The Classics Explained, by Colin McGinn
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Chad Mohler, Metaphysics, by Peter van Inwagen
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David L. O'Hara, Well-Being: Happiness in a Worthwhile Life, by Neera K. Badhwar
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Nils Ch. Rauhut, Philosophy Bites Again, by David Edmonds and Nigel Warburton
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Carlos Alberto Sánchez, Kierkegaard and the Matter of Philosophy: A Fractured Dialectic, by Michael O'Neill Burns
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James S. Spiegel, Philosophy of Religion: Selected Readings, 5th edition, edited by Michael Peterson, William Hasker, Bruce Reichenbach, and David Basinger
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Michael Thune, Disagreement, by Bryan Frances
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Seth Tichenor, The Philosophy of Technology: The Technological Condition, 2nd edition, by Robert Scharff and Val Dusek
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Index to Volume 38 (2015)
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50. Teaching Philosophy: Volume > 38 > Issue: 3
Leslie Burkholder, Impartial Grading Revisited
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In a much-discussed article on fair grading, Daryl Close said that impartial and consistent grading of students forbids practices like grading on a curve and dropping the lowest grade. I show—negatively—that impartiality and consistency don’t forbid these practices. I also show—positively—that some other conditions on fair and reasonable grading do rule out grading on a curve and dropping the lowest grade.