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Marije Altorf
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St. Mary's University College
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In recent year I have become very interested in the use of the Socratic Method - as developed by Nelson, Heckmann and others - both in and outside the academy, as well as in other ways of bringing philosophy into the public realm.

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At 3:34pm on May 2, 2011, Public Philosophy Network Admin said…
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