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Teaching Ethics

Volume 19, Issue 2, Fall 2019

Lawrence Adam Lengbeyer
Pages 207-231

Communication Ethics: Patching a Hole in the Philosophy Curriculum

This article’s objectives are two-fold: (i) to argue for making a communication ethics course a staple of virtually every undergraduate philosophy program; and (ii) to assist in bringing this vision to fruition by offering, to the interested instructor, (a) practical guidance on how such a course might be structured as a workshop so as to prompt students to do exciting independent philosophizing that capitalizes upon their vast funds of experience with everyday communication, and (b) a reasonably rich set of specific topics, readings, and questions that the course might productively address.

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