Andrei Pinta wrote: Have you thought about doing something like this http://www.huffingtonpost.com/otto-scharmer/mooc-40-the-next-revolu... with the Philosophy Of Freedom ? I know studying PoF implies a lot of thinking by your own, but maybe the student would have some homework (eg. reading the first 10 paragraphs of a chapter) and then disscuss it in a larger group (via skype or what other platform is there), in a thoughtfull manner (eg not monopolize the conversation). I'm sure you'd be a great teacher.
What I find significant in this learning community experiment is finding 28,000 willing participants. I haven't been able to find 6, the minimum for a "group" discussion. Otherwise its "revolution" is the discovery of the experience of group insight that can happen in group contemplation or Goethean conversation. They have also used technology to expand the size of the group. We already have the basic knowledge of how to have life changing individual insight and group insight, the difficulty is having a lab of committed participants to further develop the process. My ultimate goal is active POF study groups conveniently available to anyone interested, in-person or online.
Right now I am trying to produce videos that will present the basic ideas in the book, copying a model produced by the dark side at Prager University.
If you have an interest in forming a lab group to experiment with learning I could set that up. We could begin a study group and see if anyone else was interested.