You will find a link here for “tips for writing a philosophy paper.” But I’ve been thinking for a while about how to teach READING philosophy, which I find infinitely harder to teach.
Reading philosophy is a SKILL that requires practice. Just like you can’t expect to play guitar well after playing guitar twice, you can’t expect to be able to read philosophy well after only reading a few articles or books.
I have a few tips for reading philosophy which I will link to HERE.
I’m also collecting other teachers’ tips and tricks for reading well.
- My tips for reading philosophy– Scarbrough
- Reading as a Philosopher: Top Ten Pointers – Concepción
- Some suggestions for how to approach reading a philosophical article or book – Rosati
- Philosophy Now: How to Read Philosophy – Jones, Cardinal, Hayward