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Mark Frank

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 28 2006,06:43   

Just look at the success of Alan McNeill's class at Cornell.

Um, what success . . . ?

I don't think the blog added a great deal but I thought some of the papers produced at the end were excellent - although I admit the Broadhus paper was the only one I read completely. Did you not like it?

The real answer as to what you cover in a philosophy class depends on the students and the context. I am a European, so I can't really judge for the USA, but I suggest that to ignore something so controversial and with such a high profile is like ignoring drugs in a citizenship class - understand it and deal with it - don't ignore it.

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