Using Imagination and Mindfulness to Inquire into Big Questions: Teenagers Are Natural Philosophers

By Ira Rabois *We are all, together, in a frightening situation due to COVID-19. Most schools have closed. Most people are isolated in their homes. Hopefully, the crisis will end soon, and students and teachers will return to their schools and be able discuss the questions outlined below as well as their other lessons. If not, maybe this […]

The BC Ethics Bowl: Engaging The Philosophic Imagination With Creative & Critical Thinking

By Nicolas Fillion Nicolas Fillion is assistant professor of philosophy at Simon Fraser University. His main research contributions are in logic, philosophy of science, and applied mathematics, extending to critical thinking broadly construed. He has also been involved with various outreach, regulation, and curricular initiatives to promote the teaching of philosophy and critical thinking in […]