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    Christopher Panza, Adam Potthast & Christie Cathey (2006). Thinking Outside the Room: Enhancing Philosophy Courses with Online Forums. Teaching Philosophy 29 (4):279-297.
    Generating group interaction is a necessary part of teaching philosophy, but there are many obstacles to creating it in a traditional classroom. We propose that philosophy courses can be improved by turning to hybrid models that integrate classroom discussion with online message boards, or forums. Using anecdotes and a comprehensive survey, we argue that using forums helps instructors overcome time constraints in the classroom, helps some students overcome anxiety over contributing, improves discussion, reduces the need to review, and gives (...)
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    Christopher Panza (2007). Is Cosmetic Surgery Consistent with Confucian Harmony? Teaching Ethics 7 (2):117-121.
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    Christopher K. Panza & Adam Q. Potthast (2010). Ethics for Dummies. Wiley Pub., Inc..
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    Christopher Panza (2008). Existentialism for Dummies. Wiley.
    These are key questions posed by existentialism. This unintimidating guide clearly explains the concepts of this philosophical movement in plain English.
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