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Our First Phronesis Project, Spring 2013 Engaged Philosophy/Engaged Citizens hypothesis: student-designed philosophy curriculum focused on pragmatist, community-level social justice content, increases student-citizen identity, participation, motivation, and self-efficacy.

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Our First Phronesis Project,Spring 2013Engaged Philosophy/Engaged Citizenshypothesis:student-designed philosophy curriculum focused on pragmatist, community-level social justice content, increases student-citizen identity, participation, motivation, and self-efficacy.

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What if at-risk high-school students were given a chance to help organize a philosophy seminar at OSU designed just for them?

  • What if this seminar would give them credit for their high school diplomas?
  • What if the seminar encouraged them to test philosophical ideas in their communities?
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Methods:

Take Phronesis Founders, L-R:

Sione Filimoehala

Stephanie Jenkins

Sharyn Clough

Sean Creighton

Matt Gaddis…

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Add Peace Corps Alum, Ashley Eveleth

Peace Activist and PhD student, Linda Richards

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…and add staff and students from the alternative education program at nearby

College Hill High School

  • Stir
lorena and elizabeth
Lorena and Elizabeth

Project: Bullying Awareness

Phronesis Lab

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“Thank you for giving us this opportunity to be able to come to this class and learn all these amazing things.”

Phronesis Lab

justin
Justin

Project: Homelessness in Corvallis

Phronesis Lab

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“I like that everybody is accepting of people that come from different walks of life. The class really helps me to notice more the way I act towards others.”

Phronesis Lab

becka and jennifer
Becka and jennifer

Project: Bullying Victim’s Rights

Phronesis Lab

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Ryan

Project: Poverty and Minorities

Phronesis Lab

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“I enjoy the straight-forward approach, because it allows for openness and facilitates the idea that it is ok to talk about certain topics without feeling closed off or awkward.”

Phronesis Lab

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Eden

Project: Homelessness in PDX and Corvallis

Phronesis Lab

dustin
Dustin

Project: Bullying Prevention

Phronesis Lab

tenagne
Tenagne

Project: Bullying at Corvallis High School

Phronesis Lab

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Phronesis Lab

Experiments in Engaged Ethics

  • Volunteer.
  • Fund a Graduate Teaching Assistantship.
  • Fund a Scholarship for at-risk high-school students.
  • Fund Travel for our Summer Leadership Workshop.
  • Practice Philosophy.
  • Test your hypotheses.
  • Be good. Be orange.
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Some of the new projects we’re working on:

Can scientists be political and objective?

Who counts as a “person”?

What is “race” in America – why does it matter?

Do we need a new environmental ethic?

Phronesis Lab