General Articles: Learning & Teaching
Philip Badger on a classroom philosophy experiment and the ideas it provoked.
[Issue 53 :: November/December 2005]
Peter Bowden argues that it is not a choice between education or training: both are needed, and across every discipline. The problem is that the sciences are providing education as well as training, but that the departments of philosophy are not providing the training.
[Issue 52 :: August/September 2005]
Chris Fotinopoulos on growing up to become a philosopher, on good and bad education and on Socratic dialogue in high schools.
[Issue 51 :: June/July 2005]