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  • I’d love to help you promote it. I can give you my editor’s email address if you want to pitch the book proposal to him at Humanist Press. Also, I advise you add objectivism to this list, as they WILL likely encounter it: E. Teaching children about common pitfalls in competing/ popular philosophies and how to recognize subtle variations-- stoicism, Buddhism, Humanism, various social utilitarianisms-- ists and isms, lol
  • Some additional resources re: moral development in children and adults: … I hope you too are well and your mamma, and that you are always obedient to Papa and Matro, as you used to be. Let me tell you that the reason that I and all the rest of us love you is that you are always obedient to them. – Epicurus, in his Letter to a Boy or Girl (from the Epicurean fragments at epicurus dot net, my link does not work but not sure if its because of the website or if it's because am at work computer) Also…
  • (Quote from Cassius) Concerning anger, when arming a child with techniques to tackle it, I would advise you read Philodemus' scroll On Anger: http://societyofepicurus.com/r…s-on-philodemus-on-anger/ (you may request it from your public library)
  • Speaking of education--I'm also curious to know how Elayne and others would interpret Vatican Saying 76 76. As you grow old you are such as I urge you to be, and you have recognized the difference between studying philosophy for yourself and studying it for Greece. I rejoice with you. http://epicurus.net/en/vatican.html I read an anti-polis / anti-state, somewhat anarchic message into this, that must have repercussions in a philosophy education. I've written before about Epicurean 'cosmopolitani…