As a camp hosted on the Texas A&M campus and serving adolescents and young adults, the Aggie School of Athens abides by the following code of conduct to guide our volunteers, staff, and youth participants, in order to protect everyone’s right to feel safe, secure and supported. STAFF CONDUCT Aggie School of Athens prioritizes the […]
Bibliographies: Collected P4C research on PhilPapers P4C Hawai’i Bibliography (2013) SAPERE’s Searchable Library of P4C Resources Journals: Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children Journal of Philosophy in Schools Articles: The Development of Intellectual Humility as an Impact of a Week-Long Philosophy Summer Camp for Teens and Tweens. David J. Anderson, Patricia N. Holte, Joseph […]
Why Study Philosophy?
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. […]