Editor(s)

Matthew Lipman. Director, Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children
Ann Margaret Sharp. Associate Director, Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children

Document Type

Journal

Publication Date

1987

Journal Title

Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children

Volume

7

Number

2

Contributing Authors

Coles, Martin. “Critical Children: Philosophy for the Young.” 26-­28.

Blair, Anthony. “Recent Developments in Critical Thinking in Anglophone North America.” 2-­6.

Dupont, Didier. “Translating and Adapting ‘Lisa’: A Rewriting of the Paths of Thought.” 20­-23.

Hamrick, William S. “Some Concrete Approaches to Nature in Kio and Gus. 40-­45.

Hitchcock, David. “That Dog is My Father,” from Enthymematic Arguments. 29.

McInerny, Paul M. “Fulbright Scholar Challenges Guatemalan Teachers, Children.” 17­19.

Matthews, Gareth. “Review of Charlotte Zolotow, I Know a Lady. 1.

Mulvaney, Robert J. “Philosophy for Children and the Modernization of Chinese Education.” 7-­11.

Royer, Ron. “Science Begins with Everyday Thinking.” 46-­49.

Schleifer, Michael, P. LeBuis and A. Caron. “The Effect of the Pixie Program on Logical and Moral Reasoning.” 12­-16.

Splitter, Laurance J. “Educational Reform through Philosophy for Children.” 32­-39.

Wertsch, James V. “Strategy as Derivative Rather than Primary,” from Adult Child Interaction and the Roots of Metacognition. 31.

Wollheim, Richard. “Mental Phenomena,” from The Thread of Life. 29.

Comments

Founded in 1974 by Matthew Lipman (1929-2010) and Ann Margaret Sharp (1942-2010), the Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children (IAPC) is the world’s oldest organization devoted to young people’s philosophical practice.

Copyright Agreement

By downloading this work, you agree to the following:
-- To only use the materials for educational and/or research purposes and not to use, share, or reproduce them for any commercial use (other than to be paid for teaching);
--Not to translate, sell, or adapt the material in print or other media without permission (to request such permission, contact iapc@montclair.edu);
--To indemnify and hold harmless the Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children (IAPC) and Montclair State University from any legal liability caused by your use of these materials, and to compensate the IAPC and/or the University from any harm or loss resulting from your use of these materials.

Share

COinS