Lessons for Philosophy

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  • Sauntering Circuitously: Thoreau and American Studies - … philosophy, Romanticism and the poetry of Walt Whitman. By the end of the unit students will: • Have an understanding of the philosophy of Thoreau (the wild, higher law, views on the environment and place) • Connect Thoreau’s philosophy with the Civil War, Reconstruction and the move west, as well as the philosophy of the American Indian …
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  • Blood Done Sign My Name - … up, project/hand out the following quote on non violence philosophy: But far beyond this, we call upon them [African Americans … such violence? What would be most difficult about adopting the philosophy of non violence? What does it say about civil rights … to bring about change, and advocating for his/her own philosophy. The purpose of this conversation is to clarify any misconceptions … of themselves. You couldn t forget that. (152) 5. What philosophies did Frinks share with the Black Power movement? In what …
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  • I vs. We in History & Politics - … religion and government. 12.9.1. Explain how the different philosophies and structures of feudalism, mercantilism, socialism, fascism, communism, monarchies, parliamentary … . Independent Practice: Each student or pair of students decides which philosophy they most support. They outline their reasons, and what good results will come if everyone starts believing in their philosophy. They plan their "selling points," which they will then make …
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  • Henry David Thoreau | Author, Philosopher, and Abolitionist - … engaging in two primary source activities, students will explore the philosophy, writings, and impact of Henry David Thoreau. Lesson Summary In … form of political protest Transcendentalist - a person who believes the philosophy that thought and spiritual things are more real than ordinary … Transcendentalism into Thoreau's life. He became fascinated by the philosophy of prioritizing empirical thinking and spirituality over material possessions, which …
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  • Expressive Expressionist Faces - … will begin with a short discussion of the work and philosophy of the Expressionist artists of the late 1800's. The … will begin with a short discussion of the work and philosophy of the Expressionist artists of the late 1800's. The … will begin with a short discussion of the work and philosophy of the Expressionist artists of the late 1800's. The … will begin with a short discussion of the work and philosophy of the Expressionist artists of the late 1800's. The …
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  • Gossip to Learn: A Juicy Approach to Research - … 's lesson, ask students to write a journal entry, discussing philosophies, concepts, or beliefs that influence their behavior or moral character … 's lesson, ask students to write a journal entry, discussing philosophies, concepts, or beliefs that influence their behavior or moral character … 's lesson, ask students to write a journal entry, discussing philosophies, concepts, or beliefs that influence their behavior or moral character …
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  • Introduction to Architectural Concepts - … : The Philosophy of Ayn Rand [http://www.hypermall.com/~willp/phil/] This is a site that explains Rand's philosophy of Objectivism … ; an essay contest; artifacts from his life; information about his philosophy of life; movies; and a discussion forum. Bucky Fuller [http … some of Fuller's works and a discussion of his philosophy of synergy, a concept that he applied first to the …
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  • The 1930s: Drastic Times Call For Drastic Measures ... - … Depression? Originally, the Hoover administration maintained the Republican/laissez-faire philosophy of that time. Hoover urged families to take care of … , when America entered the depression, President Hoover had a certain philosophy, or system of motivating principles, about how to lead the … responsibility and power. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt expressed his own philosophy regarding how our country should get out of the Depression …
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  • Organizing and Staffing - … ) IX.A.1 Investigate and describe the management structure and philosophy of a business. LESSON PLAN OBJECTIVES (SUB LEARNING GOALS) 1 … of their research subject to include the management structure and philosophy that includes their mission, values and community involvement. INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES … of their research subject to include the management structure and philosophy that includes their mission, values and community involvement. This is …
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  • What was Newton's Idea of Science? - … Idea of Science? SUBTOPIC: Newton's Rules of Reasoning in Philosophy OBJECTIVES: The students will: 1) form logical foundations for analysis … for scientific methodology which exists in all of the natural philosophies today. Newton's influence extends into the social sciences and … all bodies in general, until proven otherwise. 4) In experiential philosophy, hypotheses based on experience should be accepted as "accurate or …
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