Teaching Philosophy 1 (4):9-13 (1976)

This article provides an account of an attempt to use games in teaching the political philosophies of Hobbes (and Locke). The idea of using games as an educational tool seems appropriate for philosophy since philosophers so often discuss games and draw examples from them. Political philosophy is especially suited for this approach since games involve human interactions similar to those discussed by political philosophers
Keywords Teaching Philosophy
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ISBN(s) 0145-5788
DOI 10.5840/teachphil19761429
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