In these essays, 24 of our most celebrated professors of philosophy address the problem of how to teach philosophy today: how to make philosophy interesting and relevant; how to bring classic texts to life; how to serve all students; and how to align philosophy with more "practical" pursuits. Selected and introduced by three leaders in the world of philosophical education, the insights contained in this inspiring collection illuminate the challenges and possibilities of teaching the academy's oldest discipline.
Steven M. Cahnis Professor of Philosophy at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He is the former Chair of the American Philosophical Association Committee on the Teaching of Philosophy and the former President of The John Dewey Foundation. Alexandra Bradner, Kenyon College; Chair, American Philosophical Association Committee on the Teaching of Philosophy; Executive Director, American Association of Philosophy Teachers. Andrew P. Mills, Otterbein University; President, American Association of Philosophy Teachers.