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Cecilea Mun
Arizona State University (PhD)
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I argue that philosophy must push back against the business model of education in order to achieve its aim to increase diversity and inclusiveness in our discipline.
Keywords Education  Diversity  Inclusiveness  Business Model  Student Evaluations  Marginalization
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