Pedagogical Issues in Teaching Ancient Philosophy
Courses in Ancient Philosophy
Resources for Teachers of Ancient Philosophy
- Reviews of Existing Scholarship
- Review of Brumbaugh & Burnham, 'Coins
and Classical Philosophy'
- Review of Carlson, 'Aristotle
and Alcoholism: Understanding the Nicomachean Ethics'
- Review of Conn, 'Teaching Aristotle
with Modeling Clay'
- Review of Conway, 'Socrates
and the Minotaur: Following the Thread of Myth in Plato's Dialogues'
- Review of Dombrowski, 'Raphael's
School of Athens in a Philosophy Classroom'
- Review of Donohue, 'The
Dramatic Significance of Cephalus in Plato's Republic'
- Review of Glouberman, 'Euthyphro:
A Guide for Analytic Instruction'
- Review of Jost, 'Aristotle's
Ethics: Have We Been Teaching the Wrong One?'
- Review of Nails, 'A Little
Platonic Heresy for the Eighties'
- Review of Perreiah, 'St.
Augustine's Confessions: A Preface to Medieval Philosophy'
- Review of Powers, 'Diagramming
Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics'
- Review of Robinson, 'Teaching
the Allegory of the Cave'
- Review of Sakezles, 'Bringing
Ancient Philosophy to Life: Teaching Aristotelian and Stoic Theories
- Review of Schonsheck, 'Drawing
the Cave and Teaching the Divided Line'
- Reviews of Prospective Textbooks
Online Resources for Students of Ancient Philosophy