I would like to suggest a philosophy program at universities that deals with Metaphysics.
And in particular I am thinking about the nature and origin of Evil.
This is something barely noticed by Western Philosophy up until Schopenhauer.
But to deal with Evil in a philosophical way my suggestion would be to have a university course that would deal first with the pre-Socratics and Schopenhauer.
This suggestion could not be made while British and American philosophy departments were still in the Dark ages. Recently the fallacies of post Modern Philosophy have become apparent even to school children and it is high time for some real philosophy to be done. John Searle wrote that L/A linguistic analytic philosophy of the twentieth century is "obviously false."
Obviously the actual Book of Aristotle, "Metaphysics", would have to be tackled also but that it seems would require it s own separate course.
Obviously Schopenhauer is very important for this issue, but one does need a little background in Kant to understand his basic thesis.
In fact without Schopenhauer it is hard to find any philosophical justification for the existence of evil at all.
I agree --but I think in a university course, you should need only a few introductory lectures to get the orientation right and then you can go to the actual material after a few weeks. After all you don't need to have learned all of Kant to understand Schopenhauer.]