In the Socratic Tradition

In the Socratic Tradition

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This practical guide for teaching philosophy brings together essays by two dozen distinguished philosophers committed to pedagogy. Addressing primarily practical issues, such as how to motivate students, construct particular courses, and give educational exams, the essays also touch on theoretical issues such as whether moral edification is a proper goal of teaching ethics. An excellent sourcebook for graduate students just learning to teach as well as for professors searching for new strategies and inspiration or called upon to teach courses outside of their specialties.Assignment for fourth meeting: Write a critique of Plantingaa#39;s paper of no more than two pages. Be prepared to read your paper in class. Teaching Philosophy of Religion While Being an Atheist Although I am an atheist, my atheism was not an anbsp;...


Title:In the Socratic Tradition
Author: Tziporah Kasachkoff
Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield - 1998
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