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This is worth a look, wrt Penn State in particular: http://placementdata.com:8182/untitled-2/


I quite like Arnold Wilson's edited collection, "Demonstrating Philosophy: Novel Ways to Teach Philosophical Concepts". It's out of print, and out of date, but I've found it pretty inspiring as far as games and other in-class activities are concerned. Many of my own are just updated or re-jigged versions of these suggestions, or new activities inspired by these.

(Despite being out of print, it can be had pretty cheaply on Amazon and ebay.)


I am searching for PhD programs with a focus on continental, and this post is quite helpful. I am a current grad student in Communication and American Studies at Penn State Harrisburg. Ans I want to pursue my PhD in Philosophy because I am having class about phenomenology. Please feel free to share more information, and I am looking for programs that do not ask for strong Philosophical background. Thank you!


Hart most Masters programs to not require a strong philosophical background. You might want to try that. I know SUNY places a lot of continental philosophers.

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