Questions: Philosophy for Young People

Volume 7, Summer 2007

Rory E. Kraft, Jr.
Page 12

Does Virtue Require an Audience?
Recasting Plato’s “Ring of Gyges” for Different Ages

The classic examples and stories that we use for college students can be used as the basis for classroom discussions at pre-college students' levels. This means occasionally simplifying a story, but with only slight effort the same sorts of questions can be used across all ages to get at the same underlying concerns.