Timm Triplett is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of New Hampshire. He teaches courses on a variety of topics and has published work in ethics, epistemology, and other areas. His 2014 book Morality's Critics and Defenders: A Philosophical Dialogue, concerns how the idea of a universal morality has been criticized and how it might be justified. He has conducted philosophy workshops with elementary school children and has taught a seminar for undergraduates focused on introducing philosophy into the pre-college classroom.
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If you appreciate beauty, if you are still full of wonder, if you ponder the meaning of life, you will love this program. Timm Triplett's hands-on philosophy inspires you to free your curiosity, re-affirm your sense of wonder, and convey your love of wisdom to children, who are themselves delightfully receptive to the excitement of philosophical questions.
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