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Public Philosophy: Inside and Outside Academia

PHI 528

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We learn about the craft of writing and producing philosophy for a wide public audience from practitioners inside and outside of academia. We look at various mediums and genres in which philosophy is made for the public: short-form opinion pieces, longform magazine pieces, regular columns, radio and podcasting, and video production. Students learn about the conventions of writing and speaking philosophically for nonacademic audiences and meet people who do this regularly as a full or part-time career. Students taking this for a unit produce a series of written or audio pieces aimed at nonacademic audiences.
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Section S01