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    Thinking Outside the Room: Enhancing Philosophy Courses with Online Forums.Christopher Panza, Adam Potthast & Christie Cathey - 2006 - 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 instructors (...)
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  2. Existentialism for Dummies.Christopher Panza & Gregory Gale - 2008 - For Dummies.
    Have you ever wondered what the phrase “God is dead” means? You’ll find out in _Existentialism For Dummies_, a handy guide to Nietzsche, Sartre, and Kierkegaard’s favorite philosophy. See how existentialist ideas have influenced everything from film and literature to world events and discover whether or not existentialism is still relevant today. You’ll find an introduction to existentialism and understand how it fits into the history of philosophy. This insightful guide will expose you to existentialism’s ideas about the absurdity of (...)
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    Is Cosmetic Surgery Consistent with Confucian Harmony?Christopher Panza - 2007 - Teaching Ethics 7 (2):117-121.
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    Ethics for Dummies.Christopher Panza & Adam Potthast - 2010 - For Dummies.
  5. Instilling Virtue.Christopher J. Panza - 2006 - Discourse: Learning and Teaching in Philosophical and Religious Studies 5 (2):123-151.
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    Flourishing, Sports, and Doping: A Confucian Virtue‐Ethical Meditation.Christopher Panza - 2016 - Journal of Chinese Philosophy 43 (1-2):32-50.
    In most sports ethics, doping is addressed from a deontological or consequentialist perspective. It is suggested here that a virtue-ethical analysis informed by Confucianism can capture intuitions about the need to cultivate flourishing in sports. Specifically, it is argued that the Confucian virtues of zhong 忠 and shu 恕, necessary for Confucian ren 仁, can help us to articulate an account of flourishing in sports. As each Confucian virtue is articulated and then applied to sports, consideration is given to how (...)
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    Virtue Ethics and Confucianism Ed. By Stephen C. Angle, Michael Slote.Christopher Panza - 2015 - Philosophy East and West 65 (4):1300-1305.