Teaching Philosophy of the Human Person

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Training Workshop for the Teaching of An Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person (A Senior High Core Subject)

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Venue, Date

July 19-21, 2018
Palma Hall
University of the Philippines
Diliman, Quezon City


To be conducted by a team of philosophy professors led by:

Dr. Napoleon M. Mabaquiao, Jr.

  • Author of Making Life Worth Living: An Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person
  • Professor and Former Chair, Department of Philosophy, De La Salle University-Manila
  • Former Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of the Philippines-Diliman


Learn to

  • Discuss life’s big questions in plain language.
  • Simplify complex philosophical concepts.
  • Explain the differences among philosophical views analytically.
  • Present the different lessons systematically.
  • Foster lively philosophical interactions in class.
  • Situate philosophical inquiries in concrete life experiences.
  • Broaden students’ perspectives through various activities.



Pre-Registration/Sign-up

Participating? Please sign up here:

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Sponsors



For more inquiries:

Phone: +63 (2) 4263801
Email: ssprfoundation@kssp.upd.edu.ph

Event Page: philosophers.ph/humanperson



Resources

  • Mabaquiao Jr, N (2016). Making Life Worth Living: An Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person. Phoenix Publishing. Table of Contents 1, 2.
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To order, contact Phoenix (+63 2 410 7635; phoenix.com.ph)