In June, Texas A&M University hosted its inaugural philosophy camp for teens and tweens. Using the Philosophy for Children program as our model, we had several pedagogical aims: to introduce pre-college students to philosophical thinking and dialogue; to develop an intellectual community among the campers; and to provide a space in which young people could […]
Many of us who studied philosophy in college did not necessarily consider the “value” of philosophy beyond the educational experience it provided at the time. Some of us knew we might continue our education in a post-graduate program, whether that was a graduate program in philosophy or a related field, law school, or even medical school. […]
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