Teaching Students to Think for Themselves is Not Enough
'The critical thinking ideal is too individualistic and self-focused − students must learn to help others think well, too' says T Ryan Byerly. Check out the opinion piece in Times Higher Education.
'Implicit Bias Training is Often Flawed but Shouldn’t be Scrapped'
In the wake of UK government's controversial Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities, our very own Jules Holroyd and Jennifer Saul explain that implicit bias training has critical value in equity work, over on Times Higher Education.
Is it Possible to Definitely End Discussions on Morality and Ethics?
The Philosophy Department's Professor James Lenman, has been interviewed by Ricardo Lopes (The Dissenter - YouTube) on ethics, motives, consequentialism, and morality.
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