Philosophy Talk | 233: Philosophy for the Young (Corrupting or Empowering?)

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233: Philosophy for the Young (Corrupting or Empowering?)

by Philosophy Talk

Is philosophy all that dangerous?
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1. 233: Philosophy for the Young (Corrupting or Empowering?) [feat. Jack Bowen]
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Socrates was executed for corrupting the youth. In America, youth below college age are usually not exposed to philosophy in the classroom. Is philosophy all that dangerous? Should it be taught to teenagers? Or would this lead to a generation of self-absorbed and skeptical young people, shirking their duties in order to worry about the meaning of life? John and Ken are joined by Jack Bowen, author of The Dream Weaver and If You Can Read This: The Philosophy of Bumper Stickers, for a program recorded with a live audience of young philosophers at Palo Alto High School.


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