Title: Animal Rights: A Very Short Introduction Author: David DeGrazia Publisher: Oxford University Press ISBN: 987-0-19-285360-8 This short book is an accessible resource for teachers. The book itself is probably, as a whole, too complex for most high school students. Teachers might use it primarily to familiarise themselves with the debates concerning animal rights. There […]
A human and a dog are lying in pain outside a burning building. Who should the ambulance officers see to first? This book review – of Peter Singer’s Animal Liberation – presents arguments for and against viewing animals (humans included) as equal. The title of the piece is taken from the first chapter of Singer’s […]
These books serve as accessible introductions to specific philosophical topics. A range of titles are included in the series, and they are written by prominent philosophers. The books themselves are probably too complex for most high school students. Teachers might use them to familiarise themselves with a philosophical area. Each book has sections that would […]
A list of stories useful for teaching philosophy to children as well as question sets for use after reading the stories.
An accessable and entertaining introductory video to discussion on definitions of art.