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15 Tips for First Class Writing in the Humanities

Everyone knows that a good humanities essay must be clearly written and avoid grammatical and...
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Kids and Adults...it's all the same really.

When I first started teaching Logic to MA students I found something weird...it's just like...
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Play Or Fail: The Importance Of Games

“Games are only for children or idiots!” was an opinion I met regularly when teaching English to...
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Existential Topology

Existential Topology The concept of power has a venerable philosophical history. More than...

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  • Kids and Adults...it's all the same really.

    Katy Tutor University Philosophy Tutor (Enfield) Picture When I first started teaching Logic to MA students I found something weird...it's just like teaching children! I have taught in different schools to different levels but even on 30+ years old, my 'I'm not going to continue until you stop talking' face skill works.  That's the thing about...
  • Play Or Fail: The Importance Of Games Editor's Pick

    University Philosophy Tutor (West London) Picture “Games are only for children or idiots!” was an opinion I met regularly when teaching English to businesspeople in Russia. Admittedly, few actually said that, but most of my adult students thought it to some degree. After all, the idea spending serious study time playing spot-the-difference or...
  • Wittgenstein's Philosophy of Religion

    University Philosophy Tutor (North West London) Picture Ideas from Wittgenstein’s later philosophy have been influential in the contemporary debate between realism and anti-realism, but his own understanding of religious belief, (regarding it as possessing specific and uniquely distinctive characteristics), has been misconstrued as deriving from a...

 

  • Psychotherapy and Heidegger’s anti-Philosophy

    University Philosophy Tutor (Swansea) Picture (First published in Fidelity: The Journal for the NCP. Spring 2013, Edition 51, pp 22 – 28.) 0. Heidegger: Lucid / Ludic? Heidegger (1889 – 1976) loved terminological exactitude, inventing many German neologisms which wonderfully exercise his translators, but which cannot be excised, nor...
  • 15 Tips for First Class Writing in the Humanities Editor's Pick

    Peter Dennis University Philosophy Tutor (South West London) Picture Everyone knows that a good humanities essay must be clearly written and avoid grammatical and stylistic gaffs. But in Philosophy it’s the argument that counts, not the way you express it – right? Wrong. True, Socrates wrote nothing and Kant wrote sentences that should really be paragraphs. But...
  • Existential Topology

    University Philosophy Tutor (East London) Picture Existential Topology The concept of power has a venerable philosophical history. More than once has it been situated within an ontological systematic of things. Our task here is the modest one of analysing it within the context of subjectivity. Our concern is with only one of the...