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…

The Teaching Workshop: Gina Schouten on Preparing to Trust One’s Judgment

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One of the best things we can do to improve our pedagogy is share and think seriously about our teaching failures–our missteps, our lost opportunities, … Read more…