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September 15, 2022

Intergenerational ethics discussion for UW retirees and Seattle-area high school students

Headlines these days are often about naming and renaming public buildings, and conflicts over school policies that contradict what parents want. If you’re a high school student interested in hashing out issues like these with older people who may feel differently, here’s your chance. Philosophy Teaching and Learning Association (PLATO) and the University of Washington Intergenerational ethics discussion for UW retirees and Seattle-area high school studentsContinue Reading

September 13, 2022

Ethics and philosophy for middle school students, free online from PLATO

Why do we care about some animals but not others? Is it right to think natural resources are here for humans to use? And why do scientific “facts” sometimes change over time? The Philosophy Learning and Teaching Organization (PLATO) is offering three free, online courses for middle-schoolers aged 11-14 to discuss these and many other Ethics and philosophy for middle school students, free online from PLATOContinue Reading