Tag Archives: Pedagogy

“Artful Deception, Languaging & Learning”

New article published in Open Journal of Philosophy! To read or download, click the image or visit http://www.scirp.org/journal/ojpp/

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What Cognitive Neuroscience Can Do for English Professors

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A Teaching Philosophy

Language represents one of our most uniquely human characteristics, whether mathematical, musical, somatic, or linguistic. It is a human instinct, according to cognitive psychologist Steven Pinker, the limits of thought, according to German philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, and the model of higher cognition … Continue reading

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Bridging the Two Cultures: Arts and humanities can learn a lot from understanding basic scientific concepts. An article by a friend of mine that really hits the nail on the head. This is worth a read; check it out.

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A Letter to Students at Semester’s End

Fare thee well, fellow travellers! It has been a pleasure getting to know all of you through your writing and in-class dialogue.  We have traveled far and wide across many intellectual landscapes.  Thank you for your hard work. Together we … Continue reading

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