American Association of Philosophy Teachers Studies in Pedagogy 2:1-5 (2016)
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This is the introduction to a special issue of AAPT Studies in Pedagogy on Teaching Plato. I open by noting that the philosophy of education was of central concern to Plato in a way that you don't often see with philosophers. Only Confucius and John Dewey do as much to make education central to everything else they say. I also note that much subsequent philosophy of education merely rediscovers what Plato already knew. After that, I preview the contents of the volume, emphasizing the ways in which contributors ask us to teach Plato platonically.

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