Dan Fincke’s Accepting Students

My friend (and former FTBer) Dan Fincke is once again accepting students for his very unusual experiment in teaching philosophy outside of a university setting. This is something he started last year and I really think it’s a fascinating idea. As someone who thinks education should never stop, the idea of learning philosophy from a real expert over the internet, without having to actually be a formal student sounds pretty cool. If you’re interested, he’s got the information here. If I had more time, I’d probably do it myself.

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  • fastlane

    If I want to be bored to death, I’d watch Titanic again…..

  • http://www.facebook.com/den.wilson d.c.wilson

    I’m just finishing up my second Master’s Degree this summer. I’ll probably need a break from formalized learning afterward, though.

    Maybe next spring.