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Philosophy Writing Resources

Belnap, Nuel (1990). Declaratives Are Not Enough. Philosophical Studies 59 (1): 1-30.

Berger, J. (1984). Writing to learn in philosophy. Teaching Philosophy, 7, 217- 222.

Bosley, D. S., & Jacobs, J. (1992). Collaborative writing: A philosopher's guide. Teaching Philosophy, 15, 17- 32.

Carella, M. J. (1983). Philosophy as literacy: Teaching college students to read critically and write cogently. College Composition and Communication, 34, 57- 61.

Coppenger, M. (1979). Written dialogue: An alternative to the term paper. Teaching Philosophy, 3, 197- 202.

Cunningham, F. J. (1985). Writing philosophy: Sequential essays and objective tests. College Composition and Communication, 36, 166- 172.

Daniel, S. H. (1979). Preparations for a research paper in philosophy. Teaching Philosophy, 3, 185- 188.

Faulconer, J. E., Williams, R. N., & Packard, D. J. (1988). Using critical reasoning to teach writing. Teaching Philosophy, 11, 229- 244.

Fishman, S. M. (1985). Writing-to-learn in philosophy: A before and after story. Teaching Philosophy, 11, 229- 244.

Fishman, S. M. (1989). Writing and philosophy. Teaching Philosophy, 8, 331- 334.

Fuller, Steve (1999). Whose Bad Writing. Philosophy and Literature 23.1: 174-180.

Garver, E. (1983). How to develop ideas: The contribution philosophy can make to improve literacy. Teaching Philosophy, 6, 97- 102.

Geisler, Cheryl (1994). Academic literacy and the nature of expertise: Reading, writing, and knowing in academic philosophy. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Gorvitz, S. (1979). Taped commentary on student writing. Teaching Philosophy, 3, 189- 195.

Gunn, A. S. (1979). Writing philosophical essays: Guidance notes for students. Teaching Philosophy, 3, 203- 211.

Kent, O. T. (1987). Student journals and the goals of philosophy. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book (pp. 269- 277). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

McCarthy, L. P., & S. M. (1991). Boundary conversations: Conflicting ways of knowing in philosophy and interdisciplinary research. Research in the Teaching of English, 25, 419- 68.

Martinish, A. P. (1989). Philosophical writing: An introduction. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

North, S.M. (1987). The philosophical journal: Three case studies. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book (pp. 278-288). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Pizer, Donald (1998). Bad Critical Writing. Philosophy and Literature 22.1: 69-82.

Pletcher, G. K. (1983). Literacy and the study of philosophy. Teaching Philosophy, 6, 109- 115.

Richmond, S. (1979). When to begin writing. Teaching Philosophy, 3, 181- 183.

Russell, K., & Robertson, L. (1986). Teaching analytic reading and writing: A feminist approach. Teaching Philosophy, 9, 207- 217.

Sautter, R. C. (1992). Student- written philosophical journals. Teaching Philosophy, 15, 239- 250.

Spader, P.H. (1979). Writing a philosophy paper. Teaching Philosophy, 3, 177- 179.