As well as writing a PhD on why words have real meanings, Dr Samuel Douglas has accrued over ten years of experience delivering and developing philosophy content at the University of Newcastle. These courses were mainly in professional and subject-specific ethics, across a range of areas including communications, psychology, business, social Science and engineering.
Samuel continues to teach philosophy on a casual basis and is about to start research on the ethical dilemmas that school teachers face. He hopes to one day set up a world-standard public philosophy program.
Articles written by Samuel Douglas (10)
- 28 November 2017 | The ethics of Manus Island
- 12 November 2017 | Casual academia: Flexibility, agility and despair
- 30 September 2017 | Voluntary assisted dying: Solving the impossible trolley problem
- 17 June 2017 | Grenfell Tower fire disaster: Engineering responsibility
- 6 June 2017 | The 'lucky country', the 'fair go' and getting what we deserve
- 16 May 2017 | In case you missed it — abortion is still illegal in NSW and QLD in 2017
- 10 May 2017 | Nimbin MardiGrass, cannabis law reform and political malaise
- 7 May 2017 | Power in Australia: The rich rule and the poor can help themselves
- 30 April 2017 | Politicians and their 'Australian values'
- 27 April 2017 | Fake news, politics and what we think we know