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The Ethics of Education in the Secular State

Andrew Copson considers some ethical problems for secular education in a pluralistic world.
[Issue 129 :: December 2018 / January 2019 :: A Moral Education]

Learning To Love Our Teachers

Anushka Bhaskar (18) and Zachary Cerniglia (19) consider the importance of gratitude for education.
[Issue 128 :: October/November 2018 :: Young Philosophers]

The Value of Friendship for Education

Robert Michael Ruehl calls for a friendly revolution.
[Issue 126 :: June/July 2018 :: Friendship]

Children, Intuitive Knowledge & Philosophy

Maria daVenza Tillmanns argues that teaching children to think must involve more than simply teaching them cognitive skills.
[Issue 119 :: April/May 2017 :: Articles]

The Point And Perils Of Public Engagement

Michael Hand considers the pros and cons of courting media attention.
[Issue 95 :: March/April 2013 :: Philosophy and Public Life]

Keep Out!

Following our recent focus on education, Kristina Pelletier asks why there is no place for philosophy in American public schools.
[Issue 65 :: January/February 2008 :: Articles]

Of Adolescents and The Aristotle

Michael J. Brown finds assumptions challenged in his Philosophy Club.
[Issue 63 :: September/October 2007 :: Education]

Randall Curren

Randall Curren is Professor of Philosophy and Education and Chair of the Philosophy Department at the University of Rochester, NY. His works include Aristotle on the Necessity of Public Education. He is the editor of A Companion to the Philosophy of Education, of the journal Theory and Research in Education, and also of the recently published Philosophy of Education: An Anthology. Tim Madigan talks to him.
[Issue 63 :: September/October 2007 :: Interview]

What is it to be a Human Knower?

Jan Derry wants to know what it is to know.
[Issue 63 :: September/October 2007 :: Education]

Teaching Philosophy vs Teaching To Philosophise

Pablo Cevallos Estarellas reviews the developments that caused professional to triumph over amateur philosophy in education, and proposes a way forward.
[Issue 63 :: September/October 2007 :: Education]

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