[lit-ideas] Re: Upcoming conference on teaching philosophy

  • From: wokshevs@xxxxxx
  • To: lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, John Wager <john.wager1@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2006 18:51:30 -0230

Thanks for the heads-up, John. Unfortunately, I'll probably have to be in
Phoenix at that time. Do they publish any of the workshops or proceedings? If
so, how could we access?

Walter C. Okshevsky
Memorial University


Quoting John Wager <john.wager1@xxxxxxxxxxx>:

> For those of you interested in teaching philosophy (as opposed to those 
> of you interested in philosophy, or politics, or literature), you might 
> be interested in the upcoming 16th biennial workshop/conference on 
> teaching philosophy, sponsored by the American Association of Philosophy 
> Teachers (AAPT). This will happen August 2-6, 2006, in Washington, PA 
> (about 50 miles from Pittsburgh).  Details, including a full schedule of 
> workshops, here:
> 
> http://aapt-online.dhs.org/2006_Call_For_Proposals.html
> 
> (In the interest of full disclosure, I'm the website guy for the AAPT.)
> 
> This organization has been around since 1975, and their every-other-year 
> conference/workshops are devoted to genuine workshops on some aspect of 
> teaching philosophy, not just reading a formal paper.
> 
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