Podcast – philosophy with children

July 31, 2018

As well as being hosted on our website you can find the Humanitie podcast on itunes under the podcast menu and through the apple podcast app.

Hosted by Stuart Dougan

Humanitie is a podcast provided by Humanist Society Scotland that aims to look at the many ethical, rational and scientific issues that are tied within a Humanist outlook.

Dr. Claire Cassidy is a lecturer in the Department of Educational and Professional Studies at Strathclyde University and is the Course Director for the Postgraduate Certificate in Philosophy wIth Children – the only course of its kind in the UK.

Listen to “Episode #2 – Dr. Claire Cassidy – Philosophy With Children” on Spreaker.

 

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