“Psychiatry and the Humanities”: Postgraduate Course in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal

By Vincenzo Di Nicola As contemporary psychiatry works through the current version of our identity crisis, some leaders in my field argue for a more … Read more…

Non-Canonical Texts and Teaching the History of Modern Philosophy: Why We Might as Well Go Ahead and Abandon the Survey – Part II

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by Kristopher G. Phillips In my previous post, I made a case for abandoning the survey approach to the teaching of modern philosophy. In place … Read more…

Non-Canonical Texts and Teaching the History of Modern Philosophy: Why We Might as Well Go Ahead and Abandon the Survey – Part I

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by Kristopher G. Phillips There has been significant discussion of late regarding the importance of expanding the canon when discussing the early modern period. (See … Read more…