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I think you should make it clear that you have some sense of the challenges and "opportunities" of teaching via Zoom and other such platforms. This is a moment in history when some people will break away from the pack, precisely because they can manage teaching in this type of setting. Others will say "now there's nothing I like about a career in philosophy", and then leave the profession.

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