Monday, April 6, 2015

Seeking How to Teach articles

Teaching Philosophy is continuing its highly successful 'How to Teach' series, articles focusing on how to teach common courses in philosophy curricula. Having published articles in the series on critical thinking, early modern philosophy, comparative philosophy, business ethics, metaphysics, and philosophy of science, the journal would be happy to receive proposals for articles focusing on any of the following courses:

  • epistemology
  • philosophy of language
  • philosophy of religion
  • ancient philosophy
  • environmental ethics
  • political philosophy
  • philosophy and/through film
  • philosophy of law
  • the continental tradition
  • feminist philosophy
If you'd like to propose an article, please send me an e-mail at mjcholbi*at* Thanks!

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