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Teaching Philosophy

The Premier Journal for Philosophy Teachers at all Levels

Maralee Harrell, Editor

Teaching Philosophy is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the practical and theoretical discussion of teaching and learning philosophy. 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. Since 1975 it has provided a unique forum for the exchange of ideas about the challenges faced by philosophers in the classroom.

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  • Contributors include Heather Battaly, Norman Bowie, Robert Ennis, Emily Esch, Frank Fair, Samuel Gorovitz, Virginia Held, John Immerwahr, Alison Jaggar, John Ladd, Richar Momeyer, Sally Scholz, Robert Solomon, Emrys Westacott, and many other dedicated philosophy teachers.

    "Excellent articles on both theory and practice. A unique and invaluable service to the profession."
    — Ernest Sosa, Rutgers University

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    — Debra Nails, Michigan State University

    • All issues in Teaching Philosophy volumes 1-10 (1975-1987) are now freely accessible. Current subscriptions and memberships support free access to this unique archive.

    · ISSN 0145-5788 (print) · Quarterly · Print issues: Institutions $22, Individuals $9 ·
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