from 1000 Word Philosophy?
1000 Word Philosophy is a collection of 1000-word essays meant to introduce people to various philosophical subjects.
There are about 170 essays currently in the collection, and lead editor Nathan Nobis (Morehouse) is looking for suggestions on which other topics to commission essays on.
The essays are listed here.
Professor Nobis writes:
We need to figure out what very important topics are missing from “1000-Word Philosophy: An Introductory Anthology” so we can ensure that we’ve covered those topics. So we need to figure out what topics people would really want to teach in introductory philosophy and/or ethics classes about which we don’t yet have essays.
Here’s the ask: if you teach introductory philosophy or ethics, can you look at our offerings to see which, of the topics you want to teach, we are missing?
(And students: if you’ve taken a philosophy or ethics class, or would like to, can you see what topics we might be missing?)
We’ve got a lot, but we don’t have everything, and we need to figure out what important things we are missing!
You can list your suggestions in the comments or email them to Professor Nobis.