Welcome to the Online Instructor Resources for Philosophy: Traditional and Experimental Readings (edited by Fritz Allhoff, Ron Mallon, and Shaun Nichols). These online materials are designed to provide you with resources for guiding your students through the philosophical issues and for assessing students’ understanding of the readings. The Online Instructor Resources contain summaries and goals for each of the ten units to give you an idea of what students might be expected to do after completing each unit, summaries of each of the readings for easy reference, short PowerPoint slides to serve as a starting point for lectures, essay/discussion questions to assess students’ understanding and application of the concepts, multiple-choice questions to assess students’ reading comprehension, and web links to additional resources relevant to each unit. In addition to the Online Instructor Resources, there are also Online Student Resources available to assist students in understanding the material in the text. These resources include interactive flashcards of key terms, multiple-choice interactive quizzes, essay/discussion questions, and web links for each unit.
In About the Book, you will find:
In Instructor Resources you will find:
In Student Resources you will find: