Lesson 9: Is it better to be sexist or a misanthrope?

Lesson type: Community of Philosophical InquiryThemes: Discrimination (Ethics, Epistemology, Social and Political Philosophy) Focus inquiry/reasoning skills: Exploring disagreement, generalisations, counter-examples Rule focus: Thinking about what others mean Purpose: To explore

Lesson 6: What is evil and what is not evil?

Lesson type: Concept explorationThemes: Good, evil (Ethics, Epistemology, Social and Political Philosophy) Focus inquiry/reasoning skill(s): making distinctions | Rule focus: Listening Purpose: To build a criteria list for the concept

Lesson 7: Happiness

Lesson Type: Community of philosophical inquiryThemes: Happiness (Ethics, Epistemology, Social and Political Philosophy, Logic and Reasoning) Focus inquiry skill: Exploring disagreement | Rule focus: Thinking about what others mean Purpose:

Lesson 5: What does it mean to be evil?

Lesson type: Community of Philosophical InquiryThemes: Good, evil (Ethics, Epistemology, Social and Political Philosophy, Logic and Reasoning) Focus inquiry/reasoning skill: Thinking deeply | Rule focus: There may be many suitable

Lesson 4: What Makes a Good Person?

Lesson type: Community of Philosophical InquiryThemes: A good person, a good act (Ethics, Epistemology, Social and Political Philosophy, Logic & Reasoning) Focus inquiry skill: Seeking alternatives | Rule focus: Everyone’s

Lesson 3: What is necessary for a good life?

Lesson type: Concept explorationThemes: A good life, happiness (Ethics, Epistemology, Social and Political Philosophy) Inquiry skill focus: Examples and counter-examples | Rule focus: Thinking about what others say/mean Reasoning focus:

Lesson 2: What is a good life?

Lesson type: Community of philosophical inquiryThemes: A good life (Ethics, Epistemology, Social and Political Philosophy) Inquiry skill focus: Developing criteria | Rule focus: Building on other’s ideas Purpose: To collaboratively