Socrates in Sichuan : Chinese students search for truth, justice, and the (Chinese) way /
When Peter J. Vernezze took a sabbatical from his position as a philosophy professor to serve as a Peace Corps volunteer in China, he supplemented his main task--teaching English at Sichuan Normal University in Chengdu--with leading a weekly philosophical discussion group of undergraduate and gradua...
Washington, D.C. :
- What am I doing here?
- What is the good life?
- What is the impact of technology on our lives?
- What is a good marriage?
- What is the meaning of life?
- What is a hero?
- Fate or free will?
- What is sanity?
- What is a good education?
- What is human nature?
- Are there two sides to every coin?
- Is marriage necessary?
- Is romantic love a myth?
- What is the difference between Eastern and Western thinking?
- What is the value of the past?
- What is funny?
- What are the limits of privacy?
- Is prostitution wrong?
- What is truth?
- What is gender?
- When is a boycott justified?
- What is our obligation in a disaster?
- One year later : Chinese sex parks, swine flu, and my return to Chengdu
- Final thoughts : the Tao of Angelina.