Michael Cholbi, Editor
Teaching Philosophy is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the practical and theoretical discussion of teaching and learning philosophy. Since 1975 it has provided a unique forum for the exchange of ideas about the challenges faced by philosophers in the classroom. It publishes articles and case studies on theoretical issues, classroom strategies, experimental courses, student counseling, and teaching and learning assessment. It also publishes reviews and review articles on new books, instructional media, and online resources.
Online First (forthcoming articles)
Current Issue + Archive
"A great resource. I heartily recommend the journal to anyone looking for hands-on teaching advice."
— Debra Nails, Michigan State University
"Excellent articles on both theory and practice. A unique and invaluable service to the profession."
— Ernest Sosa, Rutgers University
Mark Lenssen Prize for Publishing on Teaching Philosophy
— 2014, 2012, 2010, 2006, 2004, 2002
· ISSN 0145-5788 (print) · Quarterly · Print issues: Institutions $22, Individuals $9 ·
· ISSN 2153-6619 (online) · Online access includes vol.1 (1975) to present ·
Add $10 postage for print subscriptions delivered outside the U.S.
Members - Online access included with membership in:
American Association of Philosophy Teachers
Philosophy Learning and Teaching Organization
For more information contact us by phone 800-444-2419 or 434-220-3300, by fax 434-220-3301; or by e-mail [email protected].