In this workshop, we provide an interactive introduction to virtue pedagogy (extending our [presentation at TLISI](/talk/2019-05_tlisi_virtues-of-good-students/).)
We provide guidance on teaching a comparative ancient ethics course (including Confucian, Mohist, Daoist, Buddhist, Hindu, Egyptian, and Mesoamerican philosophies, in addition to classical Greek and Hellenistic ones).
What are the virtues that enable students to flourish as students, and how can we as teachers help our students cultivate those virtues? In this panel presentation, we will discuss our experiences in using virtue-focused pedagogy across multiple …
I offer a philosophical interpretation of the Andean concept of *sumak kawsay* as a plausible account of the good life.
I provide an introduction to and reconstruction of Augusto Salazar Bondy's philosophy of value.
I offer an interpretation of Korsgaard's paradox of self-constitution and sketch out a solution through the social nature of agency.
Explores extending the second-personal standpoint to account for the moral status of non-second-personally-competent agents.