About the APA Newsletter on Teaching Philosophy
The APA Newsletter on Teaching Philosophy is published by the committee on the teaching of philosophy. Direct all correspondence concerning newsletter content and submission deadlines to the newsletter editor(s). Other inquiries may be directed to Erin Shepherd.
In the current issue
From the Editors
Tziporah Kasachkoff and Eugene Kelly
"Student Resistance to Thought-Experiments," Regina A. Rini
"Concrete Examples and Thick Ethical Concepts in Applied Ethics," Yotam Lurie
List of Books Received
As always, we encourage our readers to write of their experience as teachers for our publication. We also welcome articles that respond to, comment on, or take issue with any of the material that appears within our pages.
The following guidelines for submissions should be followed:
- All papers should be sent to the regular editors electronically. The author’s name, full mailing address, and the title of the paper should appear on a separate page. Nothing that identifies the author or his or her institution should appear within the body or within the endnotes of the paper. The title of the paper should appear on the top of the paper itself.
- Authors should adhere to the production guidelines that are available on the APA website. For example, in writing your paper to disk, please do not use your word processor’s footnote or endnote function; all notes must be added manually at the end of the paper. This rule is extremely important, for it makes formatting the papers for publication much easier.
Contributions should be posted to:
Tziporah Kasachkoff, PhD Program in Philosophy, The City University Graduate School and University Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10016, [email protected]
Eugene Kelly, Department of Social Science, New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, NY 11568, [email protected]
All articles submitted to the newsletter are anonymously reviewed by the members of the editorial committee, as follows:
Tziporah Kasachkoff, Emerita, The Graduate Center, The City University of New York & Emerita, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, Co-editor
Eugene Kelly, New York Institute of Technology, Co-editor
Andrew Wengraf, retired, Brooklyn College
Robert Basil Talisse, Vanderbilt University