Demonstrating philosophy: novel ways to teach philosophical concepts
This collection, gathering over thirty articles from the Teaching Philosophy journal, describes novel ways to teach philosophical ideas. Ideas range from simple games for teaching abstract concepts to ambitious course designs featuring various media.
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