Demonstrate a sophisticated understanding of one theory of knowledge.
Practice thinking in new ways informed by previously unfamiliar theories of knowledge.
Research, design and present a 40 minute lesson to the class teaching the fundamentals of one of the theories of knowledge listed below.
Choose one of the following theories of knowledge:
Using the sources listed at the bottom of this page and others as available research the theory of knowledge you have selected.
Prepare a 30 minute interactive presentation that will enable your classmates to understand the fundamentals of this theory of knowledge.
Prepare a paper summarizing the "Key Ideas” (maximum one sheet two-sided) for each class member and teachers.
Produce a Pathfinder that lists all sources used as well as others recommended for follow-up by interested participants.
Present your lesson to the class.
Prepare 5 discussion questions and coordinate a 10 minute question & answer period.
- Evidence of research includes source citations during presentation.
- Each team member should participate equally in research and presentation.
An assessment rubric will be developed in class.
History of Ideas (log-in)
Gale Enc. of Philosophy (log-in)
Stanford Enc. of Philosophy
Internet Enc. of Philosophy
Philosophy on the Open Source Directory.
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The Philosophy Wiki