Jana Mohr Lone asks the question “what kind of training is needed to teach philosophy and do it well?” and discusses the importance of what she refers to as “philosophical sensitivity.” Read her scholarly article here!
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Our August Philosophy Walk was amazing! Led by Henry Kramer & Ryan Aikin, our group of 17 enjoyed a lovely hike on the Waterline & Rodney Ridge Trails and explored “reconnecting with nature” through the lens of phenomenology, pragmatism, and animism. Access resources & photos here!
We had a great time on our first Missoula county Philosophy Walk! Big thank you’s to the 9 Mile Community, Steve King, and Deborah Slicer and to the numerous community members, visitors from out of state (The Kramer clan!), and University of Montana students who came out to participate in the fun!Access photos here!
This month’s Missoula Philosophy Think & Drink was chock-full of inquiry, tasty grog, and great discussion. In fact, we’re so jazzed about the discussion…many of the questions will inevitably end up being raised and explored again in in future Think & Drinks!! Check out what kinds of things we explored!